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L. Richard, barber, St. James's, 1732.

Lac, du, gentleman, Army pension, 255.

Lacatherie (Lachatherie), , lieutenant, French Reformed officer, 1596.

Lace, Flanders, 219, 226, 229, 710, 1041, 1042, 1051.

French, shipped to Ireland, 351.

gold and silver, 1135.

imports, 219
-, prohibited, 351, 523.

loop, 1097.

point, 226, 535.

point and bone, 1041-2, 1051.

seizures of, 523, 551, 748, 853, 1041, 1042, 1051, 1086.

Lacon, Ann, loans by, 1971, 1973, 1980, 1986, 1988, 1994, 1995, 1998.

Lacourt, , payment for, 1069.

Lacy, Nathaniel, loans by, 1980, 1987, 2005.

-, Robert, condemned for clipping, 1593, 1600, 1749.

-, William, outlaw, 1708.

-, -, woodward, New Forest, 240, 528, 662.

Ladds, Thomas, convicted for exporting wool, 1857.

Ladkin, Edward, King's waiter's place, London port, 95.

Laen, van der, adjutant to General Ginckel, 553.

Laer, van, shipmaster, 1767.

Laet, Francis de, accomptant's place, Custom House, 110.

Lage, Benjamin, le, captain of the Queen Mary, 696.

Laipois. See Pois.

Laira, Lery, near Plymouth, co. Devon, 1343.

Laisne, , lieutenant, French Reformed officer, 1597.

Lake
-, Thomas, commissioner for wine licences, 817, 870
-, loan by, 780.

Lallache, , French Reformed officer, 295.

Lamb (Lomb), Anto., tidesman, Newcastle port, 930.

-, Benjamin, of Waterford, 1558.

-, Ezekias, outlaw, 998.

-, Henry, commissioner for J. Cook's estate, 1142, 1352-3.

-, -, loans by, 1995, 2002, 2005.

-, -, shipmaster, 479.

-, John, custodiam lease, Buxhall, 1217.

-, Peter, Army pension for, 1125.

-, Ralph, assignee of Capt. Neatby, 856.

-, Thomas, subscriptions obtained by, for removing the alnage duty, 418, 832, 833.

Lambard, William, King's waiter's place, London port, 96.

-, -, petition concerning marsh lands, Gillingham, 1674.

Lambay Island, co. Dublin, prisoners of war at, 1785.

Lambert, John, brandy laden by, 545.

-, -, tidesman, Hull port, 928.

-, -, ship's commander, 1083.

-, William, ship's commander, 1283, 1789.

Lambeth
-, co. Surrey, 2018
-, ecclesiastical court held at, 1338.

Lambourne, co. Essex, Bushells, 1825.

Lammas, co. Norfolk, 890.

Lamote, , lieutenant, French Reformed officer, 1597.

Lamplugh, John, landwaiter, Bristol port, 92.

-, Thomas, archbishop of York, 84.

Lamy, , cornet, French Reformed officer, 1596.

Lancaster, county of, fee farms unsold, 642.

four King's preachers in, 487, 613, 642, 898, 900.

Palatine, seal of, 116.

raising seamen in, 1554.

Receiver of Crown revenues, 642, 898.

Receivers General, Commissioners etc. of assessments, 43, 48, 72, 233, 248-9, 311, 402, 460, 474, 556, 567, 603, 1471, 1539.

sheriff of. See Hook, Sir H.
-, Rooke, Sir W.

superstitious lands in, 344.

-, co. Lancaster, 13, 148, 222, 264, 293, 489, 503, 506, 893.

Broadfleet, 930.

collector at. See Cornish, W.
-, Forster, J.

Customs officers at, list of, 930-1.

inhabitants of, 1610, 1616.

innholders of, petition of, 1505.

Pile of Fowdray in, 553, 745.

ships sailing from, list of, 1937.

-, duchy of, chancellor of, 1600.

fee farms unsold, 642.

grants, 378.

lands belonging to, 31, 37, 1148, 1955.

seal, 31, 378.

Lancaster, , bill of exchange for Maryland duties, 1214.

-, Elisha, of Bristol, merchant, 1394.

Lancaster Herald
-, See King, G.
-, Sandford, F.

Lance, Edward, quartering soldiers, 857.

-, -, killed at Gravesend, 1456.

-, Joan, widow of Edward, royal bounty for, 1455-6.

-, Thomas, petition for allowance, 1723.

Landelo Partholy. See Llantilio Pertholey.

Landguard fort,
-, co. Suffolk, 1315
-, Governor of, 1642. See also Killigrew, H.
-, Guards going to, 1299
-, Lieutenant-Governor of, See Hamon, T.
-, ships fired at, from, 1642
-, subsistence for troops at, 376, 541.

Landon, Samuel, of Henlow, 975, 1474.

Land's End, 1315.

Lane, , colonel, daughter's pensions, 388.

-, Edward, tidesurveyor, London port, surveyor of the Navigation Act, 7, 525, 1763.

-, Frances, Lady Lanesborough, caveat concerning Awkridge manor etc., co. Hereford, 2016.

-, George, boatman, Boston, 1533.

-, James, 2nd Viscount Lanesborough, 1855
-, caveat concerning estates of, in Ireland, 2015
-, commissioner for the management of the woollen trade, 382, 400, 1657
-, farm of the Aliens' Duties, 1944
-, proposal for improving the revenue, 382, 400
-, royal bounty for, 1217.

-, -, loans by, 1973, 1981, 1989, 1991, 1997.

-, Mary, Countess of Lanesborough, issues to, for poor French families in Ireland, 1618, 1626, 1628.

-, Pierre de la, French Reformed officer, 295.

-, Richard, Attorney General of the Duchy of Cornwall, 954.

-, -, commissioner for the regulation of Bristol port, 620.

-, Thomas, loan by, 1308
-, pension for, 1305.

-, -, et al., owners of the John and Thomas, 833.

-, Sir Thomas, one of the proprietors of New Jersey, 1727 : surety for L. Robinson, 250, 457, 1472, 1538.

-, William, petition of, for measuring fullers earth from Kent, 1051.

Lanercost, Lannerd Course, co. Cumberland, 573.

Lanesborough, Countoss of. See Lane, Mary.

-, Viscount. See Lane, James.

Langdon, West, co. Kent, township of, 805.

Langdon, Michael, a foreshore commissioner, 794.

-, -, tenement, Bradford, 184, 198, 224, 240, 271.

-, Susannah, daughter of Michael, 271.

-, William, son of Michael, 271.

Lange, , lieutenant, French Reformed officer, 1597.

Langford, , house of, Albemarle Street, 1968.

-, Frances, royal bounty for, 1345, 1355.

-, Henry, landwaiter's place, London port, 144, 728.

-, Samuel, clerk of the Receipt, 108, 559
-, clerk at the Treasury, 2, 8, 438, 456, 501, 503, 519, 529, 577, 751, 752, 836, 838, 841, 842, 843, 2012
-, comptroller of the accounts of the Treasurer of the Chamber, 757, 759, 776, 813, 850, 950
-, death of, 949, 950
-, King's waiter, London port, 160, 889
-, surety, 212
-, tally cutter, 285, 920, 949.

Langham, Thomas, loans by, 2005, 2006, 2007.

Langher. See Lougher.

Langhorne, James, collector, Ilfracombe, 925.

-, John, lieutenant, half pay, Ireland, 204.

-, Richard, sen., houses held by, in Queen Street, 582, 630.

-, Thomas, sen., trustee for W. Harcourt, 630.

Langley, Jonathan, outlaw, 1592.

-, Sir Roger, a commissioner for prizes, 649, 1060, 1147, 1219, 1371
-, loan by, 2002.

-, Thomas, commissioner for derelict lands, co. York, 614, 872, 1523.

-, -, relieving Dutch seamen and soldiers at Harwich, 1007, 1020, 1706-7.

-, -, searcher, Ipswich port, 90, 104, 126.

Langston, Lanson, co. Hants, 975, 1472.

Langston, , captain, 215.

-, Francis, boatman, Maldon, 175.

-, [Francis], colonel, loan by, 1889
-, payments to, for arrears, 1890, 1915
-, regiment of, 1031, 1089, 1104, 1115, 1147, 1481, 1482, 1487, 1488, 1499, 1503, 1507, 1525, 1603, 1642, 1684, 1745, 1778, 1781, 1920.

-, John, major, brother of Col. Thomas, 1804, 1889, 1904.

-, Thomas, colonel, equipage of, lost, 1804, 1889, 1904
-, regiment of, 127, 215, 241, 247, 964, 967, 1429, 1440, 1449, 1461, 1467, 1535, 1551, 1554, 1556, 1573.

Langton, William, lands in Peterborough Level, 597.

Langtree, co. Devon, 240.

-, co. Oxford, hundred of, 1448.

Langwith
-, John, messenger in ordinary, 166, 177, 187
-, attending the Customs, 303, 537, 620-1, 749, 850, 998, 1233, 1401, 1484, 1599, 1700, 1849
-, attending the Treasury, 303, 537, 621, 750, 850, 998, 1124, 1233, 1401, 1484, 1599, 1700, 1849, 1865, 1866.

Lanier
-, (Laniere), Sir John, major general, 1507
-, issues to, 1249, 1260
-, petition of, for pay, 1200
-, regiment of, 104, 274, 325, 798, 1089, 1104, 1115, 1414, 1440, 1449, 1461, 1467, 1481, 1487, 1488, 1499, 1503, 1507, 1525, 1535, 1551, 1554, 1556, 1603, 1752, 1777, 1787, 1788, 1805, 1858, 1901, 1912.

Lanishart, co. Glamorgan. See Llanishen.

Lannerd Course, co. Cumberland. See Lanercost.

Lanson, co. Hants. See Langston.

Lanstrop, , widow, lands in Crowley, 598.

Lanteglos, co. Cornwall, 1945.

Lantheay Skirrn, co. Monmouth. See Llanthewy Skirrid.

Lantillac, , lieutenant, French Reformed officer, 1596.

Lantivet, Lantisset, Bay, co. Cornwall, 925.

Lap, Gilbert, refugee from Ireland, 172.

Lapley, James, jun., receiver of assessments, co. Herts, 605, 726, 1336, 1709.

-, -, sen., goldsmith, surety for James, jun., 605.

Lapp, , [woodward of New Forest in 1633], 407.

Larke, John, shipmaster, 1936.

Larkfield, co. Kent, hundred of, 807.

La Rochelle. See Rochelle.

Lascelles (Lassells), Richard, loans by, 1698, 1743, 1777, 1798.

-, [William], lieutenant in Sir J. Leslie's regiment, 680.

Lash
-, Samuel, carpenter, loans by, 608, 616, 668, 814, 1998
-, stores delivered to the Ordnance, 608, 668, 814.

Lasher, Henry, a royal waterman, 1185.

Lassautie, , French Reformed officer, 1054.

Lasse, , cornet, French Reformed officer, 1596.

Lassells. See Lascelles.

Lastage, measurage and ballastage of ships, lease of, 239.

Lastly, Robert, landwaiter, Bristol port, 1437.

-, Thomas, boatman, Plymouth port, 659, 662
-, tidesurveyor, ibid., 659.

Latham (Lathan), , 355.

-, John, collector, Lisburne, 1801
-, collector, Strabane, 253, 256, 1064.

-, Peter, lieutenant, half pay, Ireland, 191.

-, Richard, Army pension for, 648.

-, Thomas or John, receiver of assessments, co. Lancaster, 460
-, process against, 1421.

Lathwell, Tho., of London, 818.

Latin Secretary. See Hill, R.

Laud, John, King's waiter's place, London port, 106.

Lauder (Lawder), , colonel, regiment of, 339, 677, 970, 1508.

Laugharne, co. Carmarthen, 450.

Laugher. See Lougher.

Launceston, co. Cornwall, 132, 240, 250, 459, 569, 603, 976, 1472, 1541.

Castle, 512, 1027, 1463-4, 2018
-, constable of. See Howell, T.
-, Piper, G.
-, Piper, Sir H.
-, Piper, H.

mayor etc. of, 530, 534.

priory, 240, 1217.

schoolmaster, pension for, 530, 534.

Laurence. See Lawrence.

Laurent, Andrew, loan by, 2006.

Lavall, , ensign, French Reformed officer, 1597.

Lavander
-, (Lavender), George, boatman's place, Rye port, 199
-, boatman, Hastings, 1503.

-, William, loans by, 681-2
-, victualling debt, 395, 658, 681.

Lavie, l', Army pension, 255.

-, John, imprisoned for debt, 1749.

Lavor, Samuel, lease, Stoke-under-Hamdon, 166.

-, -, warehousekeeper for prizes, Plymouth, 871.

Lawder. See Lauder.

Lawe, Thomas or John, accomptant to the Penny Post Office, 4, 754, 783, 1363, 1402.

Lawes, Hen., noontender, London port, 923.

Lawless (Lawlip), , major, captured at Aughrim, 1624.

Lawley, Sir Francis, Master of the Jewel House, 814, 916, 970, 1094, 1144, 1146, 1147, 1151, 1250, 1260, 1327, 1331, 1421, 1462, 1463, 1495, 1516, 1520, 1542, 1545, 1560, 1575, 1713, 1806.

-, -, and others, lease in St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 715.

Lawns, Silesian, 694.

Lawrence (Laurence), , King's waiter, London port, 999.

-, -, doctor, payment for, 1567
-, Physician to the Army, 1949-50.

-, Andrew, Surveyor of the Ways, 369, 869
-, clippings seized by, 1790
-, enquiry into his grant of office, 510, 873.

-, Daniel or David, King's waiter, London port, 95, 159, 160, 172, 187, 593, 1123, 1151.

-, -, teller in the Excise Cashier's Office, 1178.

-, Edward, collector and waiter, Shoreham, 924.

-, -, King's waiter's place, London port, 104.

-, -, tidesurveyor, Yarmouth port, 927.

-, Griffith, shipmaster, 1831, 1935.

-, Henry, landwaiter's place, London port, 1831.

-, John, Dutch shipmaster, 302.

-, Nich., petition of, concerning the Salisbury, 1309, 1382-3, 1426.

-, Oliver, surveyor, Belfast port, 256, 262.

-, Sir Thomas, Secretary for Maryland, 1375, 1380-1, 1390.

-, Thomas, house of, Piccadilly, 1821.

Lawson, Francis, chaplain to James II., 165, 711.

-, Henry, son of Sir John, grant to, of the Manor House, York, 711, 749.

-, Sir John, father of Mris. Atwood, 538, 539, 763, 1071, 1202, 1350.

-, -, horses of, seized, 572.

-, -, of Brough, father of Henry, 711, 749.

-, Sir Wilfred, surety for A. Huddleston, 976, 1475.

Lawton, John, keeper of the Great Lawn, Salcey Forest, 590, 612.

-, William, petition of, for son's pay, 1399
-, payments for, 1461, 1469.

-, -, lieutenant, son of William, 1469.

Lawyers, under rated for the Poll, 443.

Laxton, Philip, King's waiter's place, London port, 93.

Laycock, , lieutenant, nephew of P. Beilby, 1420, 2018.

-, -, payment to, 1003.

-, Martin, lieutenant, petitions of, for pay, 1192, 1462 : payments to, 1201, 1203, 1315, 1319, 1329.

-, Richard, shipmaster, 1382.

-, Walter, Surveyor General of Woods, Trent North, 368, 536, 723, 772, 896, 948, 1042, 1073, 1090, 1171, 1190, 1191, 1389, 1415, 1434, 1600, 1677, 1806, 1838, 1852
-, surveyorship of Woods, Trent South, 2013.

Layer (Sayer), William, receiver of assessments, co. Cambridge, 604-5, 726, 1402, 1709.

-, -, sen., of Shepreth, 605.

Layman, John, shipmaster, 479.

Layton, Henry, lands in the Isle of Ely, 598.

-, Sir Robert, captain, company of foot of, 856-7, 857
-, soldiers under, 856.

Lea. See Lee.

Leach. See Leech.

Lead, aliens' duty on. See Customs aliens' duties.

Customs charges, 1871.

exports, 339, 344, 439, 450, 592, 1063, 1858, 1871.

for Portugal, 437, 439.

for Spain, believed to be for France, 556.

mines, 1217
-, regality of. See Derby, county of.

not for France and Ireland, 450.

not to be transported from Jersey and Guernsey, 334.

seizure of, 1631.

Leake (Leak, Leeke), Sir Francis, disbanded company of, 856, 857.

-, John, brandy of, seized, 1909.

-, Richard, coal waiter, Newcastle port, 929.

-, -, Master Gunner of England, 1351, 1355, 1845, 1847.

-, Thomas, house in Queen Street, 630.

-, William, lands in Peterborough Level, 596.

Leamington, co. Warwick, 552.

Leane, Tho., tidesman and boatman, Penzance, 1004.

Lear
-, John, collector, James River, 1819
-, member of the Council, Virginia, 1713.

Leather. See Hides.

Leatherhead
-, (Lithered, Litherhead), John, petition of, 1326, 1357
-, royal bounty for, 1446, 1447.

Lebrun (Le Brune), Charles, painting by, 1679.

Lecaan, John, physician to the Hospital, Ireland, 1513, 1592.

Lecandle, John, Customs officer, Dover, 721.

Lecane, Ben., loan by, 2004.

Lecgle, de, French Reformed officer, 295.

Lechmere, Ed., serjeant at law, 145.

-, Sir Nicholas, Baron of the Exchequer, 351, 464, 1523, 1930, 1944.

-, Thomas, commissioner for J. Delabadie's grant, 485.

Le Combes. See Combe.

Lecturers, assessment of, 380.

Ledman, , tenant, Oatlands Park, 1075.

Lee, co. Essex. See Leigh.

Lee (Lea, Legh, Leigh), , captain, 1799.

-, -, cornet, pay for, 1615.

-, Agnes, wife of Edward, 993.

-, Alice, innkeeper, 1250.

-, Cha., commissioner for assessments, co. Bedford, 232.

-, Edward, Earl of Lichfield, forfeiture of the lieutenancy of Woodstock, 860, 870
-, guardian of Charles, Duke of Grafton, 999
-, regiment of, 1145, 1185, 1889, 1921.

-, -, manor of, in Waltham Forest, 993.

-, -, comptrollership of Lynn Regis port, 269.

-, -, of Bartholomew Close, 74.

-, Francis, estates of, forfeited, 1521.

-, -, lieutenant, half pay, Ireland, 229.

-, Godfrey, loan by, 1993.

-, Humphrey, mortgagor of tenements in Exeter, 1111.

-, John, receiver of assessments, co. Herts, 378, 506, 614, 766.

-, -, royal bounty for, 1455.

- (or Lex), -, doorkeeper, House of Lords, 780.

-, Jonathan, apothecary, 1169, 1178, 1441.

-, Matthew, tidesman, Southampton port, 312.

-, Richard, Customs collector, Potomac, 445, 1342.

-, -, receiver of assessments, co. Devon, 458, 475, 476, 604, 1274, 1306.

-, Robert, agent for prizes, Guernsey, 1903-4
-, chief boatman, ibid., 196.

-, Thomas, 1517.

-, -, commissioner for E. Robinson's estate, 1502.

-, -, loans by, 1996, 2003, 2008.

-, -, messenger of the Chamber, 653, 736.

-, -, refugee from Ireland, tidewaiter's place, 90, 166.

-, -, riding officer for the guard of the coasts, 490.

-, Sir Thomas, a Lord of the Admiralty, 11, 62, 168, 535, 800, 1125.

-, William, Customs place, 263.

-, -, lands in Peterborough Level, 597.

-, -, watchman, 610.

Leech (Loach), , bill of exchange for Maryland duties, 1214.

-, Benjamin, hous of, Monck Street, 1968.

-, James, ship's commander, 1763.

-, John, shipmaster, 884.

-, Mary, royal bounty for, 1217, 1440.

-, Thomas, shipmaster, 1937.

-, -, surety for W. Johnson, 1148, 1359.

-, William, notary, loans by, 1981, 1991, 1997.

Leeds, co. York, inhabitants of, quartering soldiers, 1805-6, 1872.

Leeds (Leedes), Samuel, pilloried at Bury St. Edmunds, 1451.

-, William, of Tottenham, 129.

Leeke. See Leake.

Leeman. See Leman.

Leeson, , refugee from Ireland, 196.

Leesthorp, Leistrop, co. Leicester, 130.

Leeudentz, Peter, shipmaster, 775.

Leeuwen. See Lunen.

Leeward Islands, 509, 530, 831, 1347.

British Forces in, 937.

chaplains. See Cant
-, Munro, A.
-, Skeene, A.

Commander-in-Chief, 520, 521.

convoys for, 827, 834, 1302, 1328
-, embargo on ships not sailing with, 1357.

Customs survey, 176.

defence of, 1885, 1905.

effect of Navigation Act on, 463.

Foot Companies in, 337, 857, 877, 955, 1822
-, clothing etc. for, 955
-, distressed for want of pay, 1822. See also Hill, T.

Four and a Half per cent. Duty. See Four.

Government of, provision for cost of, 1822.

Governor of, 1188. See also Codrington, C.

great mortality in, 1708.

in danger from the French, 1758, 1905.

Lieutenant Governor of. See Hill, T.

merchants trading to, names of, 1938.

money imprested, 1132.

muster rolls, 1297.

naval squadron at, 785.

provisions etc. to, from England and Ireland, 462-3, 937, 1279.

regiments in, or going to, 1294, 1297, 1301, 1321, 1323, 1393, 1822.

ships for, 827, 834, 1279
-, list of, 1937-8.

ships from, to be quarantined, 1708, 1762-3.

sugar, 463.

tin farthings sent to, 877.

traders to, petition of, 462-3.

Lefe, [Holland], 552.

Legard, , French Reformed officer, 1597.

-, Sir Robert, Master in Chancery, 169.

Legatt. See Leggett.

Legge
-, (Legg), George, 2nd Lord Dartmouth, admiral, 100, 137
-, demolition of Tangier garrison by, 961
-, grant to, of quit rents, Ireland, 1518
-, Master of Horse to James II., 3, 8, 120, 1430
-, payment to, 282
-, tenants of, at Tutbury, 1148.

-, -, colonel, regiment of, 856.

-, John, colonel, Army pension for, 648.

-, Robert, waiter and searcher, Wivenhoe, 927, 1794.

-, William, Army pension for, 648.

-, -, assignment by, of Exchequer debts, 1491.

-, -, superintendent of their Majesties' Parks, 1329, 1599.

Leggett (Legat, Legatt), Henry, messenger of the Chamber, 653, 1242, 1284, 1334.

-, Samuel, porter, 1611.

Legh. See Lee.

Leghorn
-, Italy, 453, 483, 488, 936, 985, 1129, 1303, 1522, 1552, 1584
-, consul at. See Blackwell, L.
-, fish for, 1815
-, lead for, 1580, 1611, 1726, 1871, 1963
-, mole, 1871
-, pepper for, 1569
-, pilchards for, 847, 1279
-, salmon for, 1160.

Lehunt, , captain-lieutenant to Col. Foulkes, 1665.

-, John, Army pension, 439, 647.

Leicester, county of, fee farms unsold, 642.

Receivers General, Commissioners etc. of assessments for, 233, 251, 458, 570, 604, 1470, 1539.

troops to march to, from Sussex, 996.

Leicester, Earl of. See Sydney, Robert.

Leicester, Edward, tidesman, Bristol port, 158.

-, Francis, landwaiter, Bristol port, 286, 1419
-, surveyor, ibid., 1419, 1767.

Leiftinck, John, a Dutchman, landwaiter's place, London port, 847.

Leigh
-, Lee, co. Essex, 834
-, unhealthiness of, 835.

- See also Lee.

Leight, Inde, Army pension for, 648.

Leightbourne, James, money from Dissenters, 1865.

Leighton, co. Salop, 459.

Leighton
-, Baldwin, captain or colonels half pay, Ireland, 191, 724, 1077, 1089, 1190, 1244, 1392, 1594, 1706, 1714
-, losses in the King's service, 1881.

-, Susanna, pension for, 1356, 1646, 1861.

Leightonstone, Leighton, co. Huntingdon, hundred of, 1436, 1486, 1550.

Leijonberg (Leyonbergh), Baron, envoy extraordinary from Sweden, 906.

Leinster
-, Ireland, quit rents in, 1759
-, wrecks off the coast of, 1373, 1444. See also Neale, T.
-, Wallop, H.
-, Wallop, J.

Leinster, Duke of. See Schomberg, M.

Leipzig, Germany, 1846.

Leisler, , captain, seizure by, of New York government, 1620.

Leistrop, co. Leicester. See Leesthorp.

Leith, Scotland, 121, 377, 554, 1398, 1441, 1815, 1823.

Leivesley. See Lievesley.

Leman (Leeman, Lemand, Lemen), Charles, an officer of the Irish revenue, 960.

-, Edward, of London, merchant, 281.

-, -, and others, ship hired by, for transport, 1357.

Lemon (Lemmon), , mercer, 536.

-, John, tidesman, Newcastle port, 929.

Lemons, imports of, 183.

Lenders on Acts of Parliament, 366. See also Loans.

Le Neve (Leneve, L'Neve), , deputy searcher, London port, 325.

-, Edward, searcher, London port, 670, 922.

-, Peter, deputy chamberlain of the Receipt, 108, 164, 169, 285, 504, 559, 756, 852, 920, 1034, 1140, 1235, 1285, 1498, 1592
-, loans by, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1988, 1991
-, Rouge Croix Pursuivant, 1312, 1826.

Lennard
-, (Leonard), John, of Limerick, merchant, 1806
-, mortgages of, forfeited, 1895.

-, Joseph, landwaiter's place, London port, 94.

-, Robert, commissioner for Crown revenues, cos. Lincoln, Nottingham etc., 1805.

-, Thomas, 16th Earl of Sussex, house in Spring Gardens, 238
-, lands, Essex, 332.

Lennoche, co. Kent, 1674.

Lenthall, Dame Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 1455.

-, Heritage, and others, 485, 493.

Lenton, John, Chamber payment for, 1334.

Leominster, co. Hereford, 130.

Leonard, , printer, Brussels, 1609.

- See also Lennard.

Lepetill, , French Reformed officer, 1597.

Leppington, Samuel, loan by, 1995.

Lernoult, Adrian, loans by, 1982, 1992.

-, Peter, loans by, 1982, 1992.

Lery. See Laira.

Lesgarde, , French Reformed officer, 295.

Leslie
-, (Leshly, Lesley), David, Earl of Leven, regiment of, 128, 205, 258, 448, 510, 883, 892, 970, 1868, 1941
-, establishment for the regiment (1688-9). 897.

-, Sir James, colonel, regiment of, 14, 346, 510, 883, 892, 951, 1558
-, agent to. See Biskell, H., Hussey, W.
-, petition of, 860
-, schedule of clothing for, 680.

-, Kath., loan by, 1354
-, royal bounty for, 1346.

-, Robert, deputy searcher, Bristol port, 13, 144.

Lespois. See Gous de Lespois.

Lesserteur, , cook to Queen Mary Beatrice, 120.

Lessness. See Little.

Lester, Henry, Army pension for, 648.

-, Salathiel, loan by, 995.

-, William, porter, 1611.

Lestrange (L'Estrang, La Estrange), , colonel, of the 4th Troop of Guards, 1486.

-, William, collector, Southwold, 801, 1339, 1341
-, landwaiter, Ipswich, 778.

Lethieullier
-, Sir Christopher, of London, merchant, 584, 587
-, loans by, 1972, 1974, 1975, 1981, 1986, 2005.

-, John, loans by, 2001, 2002.

-, Sir John, merchant, 1247-8, 1259-60
-, loans by, 1653, 1972, 1976, 1980, 1982, 1988, 2001, 2007.

-, Sir Thomas, loans by, 1974.

Letten, Susannah, loans by, 1993, 1994, 2007.

Letterkenny, co. Donegal, 1236.

Leure. See Loir.

Levant
-, embargo on, 1133
-, lead for, 1858, 1871
-, ships trading in, 865, 1922, 1951.

Levant Company
-, petition of, concerning duty on boxwood, 1253, 1283, 1293-4
-, woollen goods for Turkey, 1922, 1952.

Leven, Earl of. See Leslie, D.

Levermore, Humphrey, riding surveyor in the West, 87, 181.

Leveson
-, (Leviston, Lewson), Richard, colonel, 1019, 1043, 1556, 1629
-, attending embarkation to Ireland, 1139, 1141
-, providing horses, 1488
-, regiment of. See Armyregiments (Dragoons)
-, recruits for, 390.

-, Sir Thomas, Army payment, 346.

Levett (Levet), Sir Richard, trading in negroes, 1891.

-, Thomas, wine taster's place, London port, 106.

-, William, loan by, 1308
-, pension, 187, 194, 760, 762, 1305.

Levinge. See Levins.

Levingston
-, Ann, widow of James, 1st Earl of Newburgh, farm of Sixpenny Writs, 167, 276, 446, 464
-, payment for, 1264
-, rent of Bagshot, 54, 1270, 1440, 1453.

-, James, commissioner for superstitious lands, cos, Bedford etc., 515.

-, John, lieutenant, 1716
-, in Danish Forces, 1722.

-, Robert, provisions for the Forces in New York, 1514.

-, Sir Thomas, goods for regiment of, 1626
-, regiment of, 510, 591, 760, 883, 892, 970.

Levins (Levinge, Levintz), Sir Richard, Solicitor General, Ireland, 1386, 1508.

-, Robert, searcher, Lynn Regis port, 347, 444, 1436.

Levinson, Robert, commissioner for assessments, co. Stafford, 1473.

Levisely. See Lievesley.

Leviston. See Leveson.

Levoll, , captain, French Reformed officer, 1597.

Levy, Benjamin, Customs officer, London port, 115.

Leward, Edward, of Exeter, 1474.

Lewen, Robert, tenant, Theobalds, 102.

-, Thomas, tenant, Theobalds, 102.

Lewes
-, co. Sussex, 313, 702, 841, 924, 975, 1472, 1539
-, the Cliff in, 841.

Lewis, , Hearthmoney receiver in the West, 308.

-, -, superstitious lands, Llantilio Pertholey, 472.

-, Anthony, lands in Peterborough Level, 597.

-, Cecilia, superstitious lands, Llantilio Pertholey, 472.

-, Cha., landwaiter, Yarmouth port, 927.

-, Francis, of Magor, co. Monmouth, 132, 249, 460, 605, 974, 1474, 1542.

-, George, of Haverford West, 460.

-, -, captain, Chepstow Garrison, 161.

-, Henry, Army contractor, 1278.

-, -, Hearthmoney collector, 1944.

-, Hugh, money for Jesuits, 474.

-, James, a Popish priest, 472.

-, -, waiter and boatman, Newport, 1877.

-, John, boatman, Harwich, 482.

-, -, superstitious lands, Llantilio Pertholey, 472.

-, -, waiter and boatman, Newport, 973, 1877.

-, -, waterman, London port, 923, 1950.

-, Lawrence, tidesman, London port, 1138.

-, Richard, Chamber payment for, 1334.

-, Robert, shipmaster, 833.

-, Tertullian, a Household drummer, 1224, 1250.

-, Thomas of Llanishen, 249, 457, 605, 976, 1474, 1542.

Lewisham
-, co. Kent, 370
-, disorders by soldiers at, 1810.

Lewknor, co. Oxford, hundred of, 1448.

Lewknor Court, co. Kent, 804.

Lewson. See Leveson.

Lex, John. See Lee, John.

Lexboar [? Lisbon], 483.

Lexington, John, lieutenant, Danish forces, 1579.

-, Robert, Lord Lexington, envoy extraordinary to the Elector of Brandenburg, 113, 115, 126, 135, 151, 446-7
-, ditto to Spain, 1139, 1140, 1435
-, concerning the manor of Staughton Magna, 1009, 1050, 1141, 2017
-, issues to, 446-7, 501, 1182
-, lease of land in St. James's Park, 1124, 1186-7, 1241-2, 1260
-, plate for, 1146, 1570, 1806.

Leyen, Baron, envoy from the Elector of Treves, 1519.

Leyland
-, co. Lancaster, Hall, 881, 2011
-, petition of the ministers of, 790
-, places in, 881
-, superstitious lands in, 881
-, vicar of, grant of lands in trust for, 881.

Leyonbergh. See Leijonberg.

Lichborne, , house of, Clarendon Street, 1968.

Lichfield
-, co. Stafford, 129, 234, 602
-, receivers etc. of assessments, 458. See also Foden, S.
-, Green, W.

Lichfield, Earl of. See Lee, E.

Lichfield Cathedral
-, Divinity Lecturer. See Baker, W.
-, vicars choral of, issues for, 785, 786, 1122.

Lichfield and Coventry
-, bishop of. See Lloyd, W.
-, diocese of, tenths, 610.

Lickbarrow, Henry, custodiam lease, co. Westmorland, 736.

Liddell (Liddall, Lyddell, Lydel), , issue to, for services at Londonderry, 635.

-, Denis, comptroller of the accounts of the Treasurer of the Navy, 677, 1188, 1875
-, to send in weekly certificates, 1875.

-, Sir Richard, 1441.

-, William, son of Sir Richard, 1441.

Lige
-, Belgium, 1846
-, arms bought at, for the Ordnance, 50, 242-3, 488, 1218.

Lievesley (Leivesley, Levisely, Livesly), Gilbert, shipmaster, 1084, 1214.

-, Jona., shipmaster, 1936.

Liger, , French Reformed officer, 295, 1597.

Lightfoot, John, shipmaster, 1935.

Lighthouses
-, duty from ships passing, 1631
-, proposal for erecting, 1631.

Ligoe
-, (Ligo), Francis, claim to silver out of the sea, 618
-, commissioner for assessments, co. Bucks, 1473.

Lillie, Henry, collector of Sixpenny Writs farm, 464.

Lillingstone (Lillington). , lieutenantcolonel, payment for, 1918.

-, Jane, payment for, 1929, 1940.

-, Jarvis, captain, 1940.

-, Mary, payment for, 1929, 1940.

-, William, landwaiter's place, London port, 94.

Lilly, Stephen, Receiver General of the Post Office, 81, 198, 202, 229, 333, 939, 1537, 1570-1, 1672, 1676, 1684, 1690, 1695, 1700, 1722, 1858, 1941, 1951.

Limbourg, Sieur Herbert de, of Lige, merchant, 243.

Limbry, William, tidesman, Appledore, 925.

Lime, , officer, Liverpool port, 182.

Limerick, co. Limerick, 121, 899, 996, 1343, 1548, 1662, 1697.

agent for prizes at. See Mills, T.

articles of capitulation, 1520, 1663, 1712, 1895, 1941-2.

capture of, rejoicings for, 1609.

Cathedral, 1895
-, dean of. See Webb, E.

churches of, ruined, 1806, 1895.

fortifications, 1664.

fresh beef for sick Irish, 1663.

hospital at, surgeon to. See Young, .

ordnance establishment, 1596.

siege of, 969, 1281, 1424, 1442, 1895.

surrender of, 1720, 1740, 1746, 1748, 1751, 1790, 1941.

-, bishopric of, bishop of, 1806. See also Digby, S.
-, Wilson, N.

clergy of, impoverished, 1895.

grant of forfeited mortgages, 1895.

ruined churches in, repairs of, 1697-8, 1895.

vacancy of, 1698.

Linch. See Lynch.

Lincoln
-, bishopric of, bishop of, 696, 1778
-, petition for fee of land in London, 1752, 1762, 1821
-, tabernacle built by, 1821.

tenths of, 109, 119, 504.

Lincoln
-, county of, Auditor of. See Aldworth, H.
-, Morris, H.

fee farms unsold, 642.

raising seamen in, 1554.

Receiver General, Commissioners etc. of assessments, 233, 250, 253, 458, 548, 550, 550-1, 569, 604, 1139, 1472, 1537, 1540, 1952
-, difference amongst, 1576.

superstitious lands in, 571.

Lincoln
-, co. Lincoln, 233, 250, 326
-, Bayle, the, 977, 1540
-, Close, the, 458
-, ministers of, 119.

Lindau, Germany, 1002, 1177.

Lindhurst. See Lyndhurst.

Lindon (Lynden), George, captain, half pay, Ireland, 191.

-, John, Customs place, London port, 91.

Lindsey, co. Lincoln, assessment difficulty in, 1537.

Lindsey, Earl of. See Bertie, R.

Linen
-, blue, 694
-, duties and orders on, 32, 268, 1098
-, seizures of, 622, 705, 1446. See also Gulix.

Lingwood, James, landwaiter, Colchester port, 778.

Linkinhorne, co. Cornwall, tin-blowing house, 322.

Linnborough [? Linsore, in Upper Hardres], co. Kent, township of, 805.

Linstead (Lynstead), William, collector, Lynn Regis port, 928, 1286, 1296, 1585.

Linton, co. Kent, 307.

Linton, John, ship's commander, 1084.

Lisbon (Lisboa), Portugal, 80, 320, 464, 497, 784, 1416, 1788. See also Lexboar.

Lisburn
-, cos. Antrim and Down, 253, 256, 262, 702, 1322, 1402
-, collector at. See Latham, J.
-, Westby, N.

Lisburn, Viscount. See Loftus, A.

Liskeard
-, co. Cornwall, Lady Park Wood, 199
-, Liskeard Park, 1412
-, rents in, 172, 199.

Lisle, de, captain, French Reformed officer, 1596.

- Carell de, servant to Monsieur de Zuylestein, 287, 309
-, royal bounty, 330.

-, William, boatman, St. Helen's (Isle of Wight), 661.

-, -, lands in Peterborough Level, 596, 598.

Lisle Du Roy. See Roy.

Lisnagarvy [co. Antrim], 76.

Lisney (Lysney), Adam, messenger of the Chamber, 1333.

Lissowen (Lysoin, Llissowen), co. Limerick, 1598.

Lister, Christopher, lease, Holy Island, 1675.

-, George, shipmaster, 1636.

-, Jo., taxes, co. York, 314.

-, Richard, commissioner for assessments, co. Salop, 1472.

-, Robert, shipmaster, 751.

-, Thomas, commissioner for assessments, co. Salop, 1472.

Litchingbourne, co. Kent. See Bishopsbourne.

Lithered, Litherhead. See Leatherhead.

Little, Joseph, deputy King's waiter, London port, 277.

Little and Lessness, co. Kent, township [? hundred] of, 807. See also Plumstead.

Little Court, co. Hertford, 818.

Little Fen, Peterborough, 596.

Little Gidding, co. Huntingdon, 1541.

Little Hampton, co. Devon, 205.

Little Missenden, co. Bucks, 461.

Little Sandon, co. Essex, 332.

Little Totham, co. Essex, 332.

Little Woodhill, co. Essex, 332.

Littlebourne, co. Kent, borough of, 805.

Littlehampton, co. Sussex, 924, 1950.

Littleton, , captain, arrears of pay, 1092.

-, Sir Charles, regiment of, pay for, 1118.

-, Edward, clerk of St. Botolph's-without-Aldersgate, 1143.

-, Richard, stationer to the Excise Office, 1950
-, ditto, Hearthmoney Office, 164, 519, 808.

-, Sir Thomas, Clerk of the Ordnance, 1450, 1456
-, commissioner for prizes, 649, 650
-, former Treasurer of the Navy, 1059
-, former Victualler of the Navy, 1132, 1336.

Liverpool, co. Lancaster, 8, 10, 23, 38, 40, 47, 48, 64, 68, 69, 100, 118, 130, 148, 154, 163, 175, 182, 196, 215, 228, 232, 274, 280, 299, 300, 303, 304, 306, 329, 336, 351, 446, 492, 503, 549, 603, 639, 694, 704, 722, 734, 743, 765, 824, 853, 860, 861, 864, 890, 992, 1001, 1101, 1110, 1261, 1286, 1406, 1426, 1451.

collectors of Excise and Hearthmoney at, 464.

Customs collector at, 540, 879.

Customs officers at, list of, 931.

Customs receiver at, 1219.

deserters from Ireland at, 880.

forces at, 1219-20.

inhabitants of, furnishing provisions for Ireland, 791, 867.

naval agent at. See Atkinson, S.

prizes, agent for. See Scarborough, E.
-, Sharplesse, G.

ships sailing from, lists of, 1831, 1936.

Livery
-, (Liveries), 302
-, badge, 341. See also Privy Chamber (joiner)
-, Wardrobe.

Livesly. See Lievesley.

Livingston
-, John, convicted of treason and pardoned, 1552
-, prisoner in Newgate, 1543.

- See also Levingston.

Lizard, the, co. Cornwall, 231, 835, 858, 870, 1314.

Llanaber, co. Merioneth, 1766.

Llanallgo, co. Anglesey, 131.

Llanarth, co. Monmouth, superstitious lands in, 471.

Llanasa, co. Flint, 973.

Llandaff
-, co. Glamorgan, 131, 976, 1542
-, bishop of, 1132.

Llandegla, co. Denbigh, 1497.

Llanedarn, co. Glamorgan, 131.

Llanelltydd, co. Merioneth, 1766.

Llanelly, co. Carmarthen, 569, 895, 927.

Llanenddwyn, co. Merioneth, 1766.

Llanfachreth, co. Merioneth, 1766.

Llanfair, Llanvayer [in Llantilio Crossenny], co. Monmouth, 472.

Llangadfan, Llanhavon, co. Montgomery, 131.

Llangarren, co. Hereford, superstitious lands in, 473.

Llangattock nigh Usk, co. Monmouth, superstitious lands in, 471.

Llangefni, co. Anglesey, 1804.

Llangibby, co. Monmouth, 212, 1174.

Llangoven, Llangoren, co. Monmouth, superstitious lands in, 471.

Llanhavon. See Llangadfan.

Llanishen, Lanishart, co. Glamorgan, 249, 457, 605, 976, 1474, 1542.

-, co. Monmouth, land called "Tyer Uffun Log," 470.

Llanrothal
-, co. Hereford, places named in, 473
-, superstitious lands in, 473-4.

Llansilin [? co. Denbigh], 569.

Llanspyddid, co. Brecon, 132.

Llanstephan, co. Carmarthen, 927, 1258.

Llanthewy Skirrid, Lantheay Skirrn, co. Monmouth, superstitious lands in, 470.

Llantilio Crossenny
-, co. Monmouth, places named in, 472
-, superstitious lands in, 470-1, 472.

Llantilio Pertholey, Landelo Partholy, co. Monmouth, superstitious lands in, 472.

Llantwit, co. Glamorgan, 1229.

Llanvayer. See Llanfair.

Llanvihangel, co. Monmouth, superstitious lands in, 473.

Llanvihangel Crucorney, co. Monmouth, superstitious lands in, 470.

Llanvihangel-Ystern-Llewern, co. Monmouth, superstitious lands in, 472.

Llanwarne, co. Hereford, 1625.

Llewellyn (Kewellin, Lluellyn), Edward, searcher, Newton (Swansea), 326.

-, Martin, searcher's place, London port, 121.

-, Richard, messenger of the Chamber, 1333.

-, Thomas, commissioner for assessments, co. Glamorgan etc., 1474.

Llissowen. See Lissowen.

Lloyd (Floyd, Floye), , a Popish priest, 470.

-, Bevis, Receiver General of Crown Revenues, South Wales, 56, 83, 93, 212, 221, 248, 255-6, 615, 726, 836, 886, 1506, 1610, 2014
-, arrears of, 683.

-, Chandois, of Monmouth, 212, 248, 256.

-, Edward, colonel, agent to regiment of. See Kynvin
-, petition of, 1852
-, recruits for Ireland, 1718
-, regiment of, 1280, 1293, 1367, 1388, 1414, 1441, 1449, 1461, 1467, 1488, 1499, 1507, 1535, 1724, 1739, 1888, 1918, 1945.

-, -, commissioner for assessments, co. Montgomery, 234.

-, -, discovery of Crown rent by, 1288, 1330.

-, -, of Bryn, 250.

-, -, under clerk of the Privy Council, 1439.

-, Sir Evan, constable of Harlech Castle, 106, 1332.

-, George, Customs officer, London port, 87, 175.

-, -, messenger to the London brewers, 610.

-, Godfrey, colonel, payment for, 1888
-, petition of, 1856
-, regiment of, 1920.

-, Henry, of Bristol, merchant, 1394.

-, Joanna, widow of Capt. John, 896.

-, [Sir] John, solicitor to the Customs, 16, 89.

-, John, captain, arrears due to, 896.

-, -, husband of the widow of H. Goss, 856.

-, -, landwaiter's place, Hull port, 106.

-, -, merchant, importing wine, 1677, 1699-1700.

-, -, Receiver General of the Present Aid, co. Denbigh, 324, 327, 331.

-, -, repairing highways, co. Monmouth, 1176-7.

-, -, wine for Ireland, 572, 620, 831.

-, Joseph, Customs officer, Fowey, 925.

-, Luke, of Bryn, 250, 460, 603, 973, 1471.

-, Meldop, captain of dragoons, half pay, Ireland, 192.

-, Sir Philip, 486
-, Warden of the Mint, 1418.

-, Richard, commissioner for assessments, co. Cardigan, 1253.

-, Robert, commissioner for assessments, co. Flint etc., 1474.

-, -, commissioner for superstitious lands, cos. Hereford, Flint etc., 732.

-, -, importing goods into Dublin, 764.

-, -, of Llangadfan, 131.

-, Sir Thomas, regiment of, 796, 836, 845, 1092, 1116, 1211, 1256, 1481.

-, Thomas, colonel, Governor of Sligo, 1516.

-, -, declining Customs place at Bristol port, 985.

-, -, landwaiter's place, London port, 92.

-, -, of St. David's, 132, 461.

-, -, Paymaster of the Works, 3, 6, 83, 86, 170, 621, 701, 702, 843, 886-7, 899, 1020, 1124, 1132, 1228, 1250, 1281, 1311, 1464, 1492, 1599, 1827
-, accounts, 1731
-, issues to. See WorksPaymaster
-, loans by, 617-8, 669, 697, 794, 821, 824, 1989.

-, -, Treasury solicitor, 88.

-, William, bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, 1948.

-, -, bishop of St. Asaph, King's High Almoner, 92, 497
-, grant of forfeitures of recognizances, 746, 800.

-, -, late bishop of Norwich, 1498.

-, -, Roman Catholic priest, 474.

Loades, William, agent to the Earl of Yarmouth, 1132.

Loans, Exchequer fees on tallies of, 285.

on the various assessments. See Assessments.

schedules of, 1970-2008.

surcharge of interest, for the benefit of the Crown, 1015.

to the Exchequer, 16, 74, 75, 225, 414, 416, 421, 422, 440, 442, 494-5, 509, 524, 528, 534, 537, 540, 555, 558, 564, 566, 571, 576, 583, 584, 589, 591, 608, 611, 612, 614, 616, 617-8, 621, 623, 624, 626, 629-30, 632, 633, 634, 635, 638, 644, 645, 650, 651, 652, 656, 658, 664, 674, 677, 679, 693, 694, 695, 697, 702, 705, 712, 714, 716, 719, 725, 729, 742, 743, 744, 748, 769, 773, 777, 780, 788, 793, 825, 832, 843, 845, 867, 898, 935, 949, 970, 972, 986, 991, 1003, 1061, 1064, 1434, 1502, 1515, 1562, 1607, 1609, 1635, 1641, 1647, 1650, 1661, 1666, 1668, 1672, 1675, 1676, 1682, 1684, 1688, 1689, 1692, 1698, 1700, 1705, 1750, 1754, 1771, 1777
-, account of, 1419
-, payments out of, 1405, 1616, 1627, 1633, 1648, 1658, 1661, 1672, 1676, 1687, 1702, 1746.

to the King for Ireland, 682
-, in the West. See William III.

transfer of, from the register of one Act to that of another succeeding Act, 304, 313.

treating with the banks for, 61.

treating with the City for, and City loans generally. See London.

names of individual lenders :

Abney, T.

Acton, R.

Addison, T.

Alie, R.

Allestre, P.

Andros, Sir E.

Answorth, R.

Archer, S.

Ashby, J.

Ashton, J.

Ashurst, H.

Atkins, Sir R.

Atlee, R.

Aufrere, A.

Aumonett, M.

Bache, W.

Bager, J.

Baker, E.

Baker, J.

Baker, R.

Baker, T.

Ballow, H.

Banks, Sir J.

Banks, M.

Barber, G.

Baron, E.

Barton, E.

Basanier, A.

Baskett, J.

Bateman, J.

Bateman, M.

Bath, Earl of.

Batson, R.

Batt, S.

Bayly, B.

Bayly, R.

Beale, B.

Bealing, R.

Beard, S.

Beaumont, J.

Beckford, W.

Bedford, T.

Belasyse, Sir H.

Bellamy, J.

Bellinger, J.

Benge, W.

Bennett, R.

Benskin, F.

Benzelin, F.

Beraud, A.

Berkeley, J.

Bernall, J. F.

Bertie, C.

Blackburne.

Blackmore, H.

Blathwaite, W.

Blisset, J.

Boddington, J.

Bogan, J.

Booth, G.

Booth, R.

Boscawen, H.

Boullier, R.

Boullier, S.

Box, Sir R.

Braguiere, J.

Branch, J.

Brand, I.

Braybrook, M.

Breedon, R.

Bretonniere, J.

Brewster, E.

Brewster, S.

Bridges, B.

Bridges, J.

Bridges, Sir M.

Briscoe, T.

Bromwich, G.

Brooke, J.

Brown, E.

Brown, T.

Bubb, J.

Buckingham, O.

Bulteel, S.

Bunce, Dame A.

Burrell, P.

Burton, B.

Burton, L.

Butler, R.

Canham, T.

Capel, Sir H.

Carbonell.

Carey, J.

Carey, T.

Carlisle, E.

Carlisle, Earl of.

Carmarthen, Marquis of

Carpenter, J.

Casse, T.

Castro, J. B. da.

Causton, D.

Cawthorne, A.

Chadwick, J.

Chambermessengers of

Chamberlain, C.

Chambers, A.

Chaplin, R.

Chapman, Lady E.

Chapman, H.

Chapman, S.

Chardin, Sir J.

Charlton, N.

Charnock, W.

Cholmondeley, J.

Christy, T.

Chudleigh, H.

Churchill, W.

Chyck, R.

Clare, Earl of.

Clark, J.

Clark, T.

Clayton, Sir R.

Clutterbuck, S.

Cnyck, R. van.

Coggs, J.

Colchester, Viscount.

Cole, C.

Coleby, P.

Colhowne, A.

Coling, W.

Collys, J.

Colman, J.

Colson, E.

Colson, F.

Colson, T.

Colt, Sir W. D.

Compton, H.

Coningsby, T.

Conyers, G.

Cook, E.

Cook, J.

Cook, S.

Cook, Sir T.

Cooper, T.

Cope, Sir J.

Cope, S.

Cornish, E.

Cornish, H.

Correa, A.

Costa.

Cottrell, Sir C.

Coventry, W.

Coventry and Lichfield, Bishop of.

Cox, J.

Cox, R.

Cox, T.

Cox, W.

Cracherode, A.

Cradock, J.

Craggs, J.

Craggs, R.

Cratford, C.

Crisp, J.

Crow, W.

Culpeper, Lord.

Culpeper, W.

Cupper, M.

Curiell, M.

Curtis, H.

Dalton, R.

Dalton, T.

Daniell, P.

Daniell, Sir P.

Darby, P.

Darrell, E.

Dashwood, Lady A.

Dashwood, Sir S.

Dashwood, T.

Deeds, J.

Delawood, W.

Delm, J.

Dennis, A.

Desbonnaus, A. D.

Desbouviere, E.

Desbouviere, W.

Devonshire, Earl of.

Dillingham, J.

Docminique, P.

Dodd, S.

Dolbin, Sir W.

Dolins, A.

Dolins, J.

Dorrington, F.

Doughty, E.

Doughty, J.

Douglas, R.

Dowling, A.

Doyley, T.

Drayner, J.

Dubois, A.

Ducane, P.

Dufay, J.

Dufour, P.

Dugard, A.

Dumoustier, F.

Duncell, E.

Duncombe, C.

Duncombe, W.

Duppa, Sir T.

Durban, A.

Duriez, M.

Dursley, Viscount.

Dyose, T.

Dyve, J.

East, J.

Eckhart, J. A.

Edgworth, Sir J.

Edwards, Sir J.

Edwin, Sir H.

Eles, B.

Eltrick, E.

English, P.

Erle, T.

Essex, Countess of.

Evans, S.

Eyles, F.

Eyles, Sir J.

Eyton, J.

Fairfax, Lord.

Faro, D. de.

Farwell, G.

Faulkner, W.

Fernandes, N.

Fielding, E.

Fifield, F.

Fillingham, B.

Firebrass, Sir B.

Firmin, T.

Fisher, E.

Fitch, J.

Fitch, T.

Floyer, P.

Foche, J.

Folkingham, E.

Foote, R.

Foote, S.

Fowle, Sir T.

Fowler, S.

Fowlys, R.

Fowlys, Sir T.

Fox, C.

Fox, T.

Frampton, R.

Franklin, A.

Franklin, B.

Fransia, F.

Frederick, T.

Frith, C.

Frothingham, C.

Furnace, Sir H.

Fyge, T.

Garway, A.

Germaine, J. de.

Gervaise, L.

Gery, P.

Gibbons, H.

Gibbons, Dr. N.

Gideon, S.

Gifford, C.

Gifford, N.

Goddard, E.

Goddard, T.

Godfrey, B.

Godfrey, C.

Godfrey, Nath.

Godfrey, Nich.

Godschall, J.

Gold, N.

Goldesborough, J.

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Goodwin, C.

Gore, J.

Gore, W.

Gosfreight, F.

Gostlyn, Sir W.

Graham, R.

Grange, R.

Green, .

Grey, J.

Grey, R.

Grois, A. B. des.

Gronen, F.

Groner, A.

Grosteste, C.

Gunston, J.

Gwynne, Sir R.

Gythens, S.

Haddock, J.

Hadley, G.

Hale, Z.

Halifax, Marquis of.

Hall, T.

Hall, W.

Halton, Sir T.

Hamilton, W.

Hampton, A.

Hancock, T.

Harbord, J.

Harbord, W.

Hardwin, J.

Hargrave, A.

Harlagh, F.

Harneage, R.

Harris, T.

Harrison, C.

Harrison, E.

Harrison, T.

Harsnet, Sir R.

Hasley, H.

Hatchett, T.

Hatley, B.

Hatley, H.

Haup, E. la.

Havers, G.

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Hayes, C.

Hayter, W.

Hayton, T.

Hayward, J.

Heathcote, G.

Hellier, S.

Henley, R.

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Henriques, P.

Heralds.

Herle, C.

Herne, J.

Herne, S.

Herrick, S.

Hervart, P.

Hill, J.

Hill, Sir R.

Hoby, T.

Hocker, S.

Holles, Lady A.

Holles, T.

Holmes, W.

Honywood, I.

Hooker, W.

Horey, J.

Hornby, J.

Hornby, N.

Horne, J.

Hotchkis, T.

Houblon, A.

Houblon, I.

Houblon, J.

Houblon, Sir J.

Houblon, P.

Howard, D.

Howard, T.

Howe, Dr. G.

Hubert, M.

Hubson, J.

Huckle, T.

Hudson.

Hudson, R.

Hughes, H.

Humberston, M.

Humphreys, T.

Hunt, N.

Hunt, T.

Hutchins, Sir G.

Ingram, M.

Ireland, W.

Irelon, H.

Istead, A.

Jackson, R.

Jackson, S.

James, J.

Jamineau, D

Jarman, W.

Jeffreys, J.

Jeffreys, Sir R.

Jekyll, J.

Jekyll, T.

Jenee, B. de.

Jephson, W.

Johnson, J.

Johnson, T.

Johnston, J.

Jones, E.

Jones, J.

Jory, J.

Joye, P.

Judges.

Keck, Sir A.

Keeke, G.

Kennet, E.

Kent, J.

Kent, R.

Kenton, F.

Kenton, T.

Kenwrick, W.

Kick, G.

Kick, V.

Kinsey, Sir T.

Kirke, M.

Knapp, J.

Knight, W.

Lacon, A.

Lacy, N.

Lake, T.

Lamb, H.

Lane, J.

Lane, T.

Langham, T.

Langley, Sir R.

Lascelles, R.

Lash, S.

Laurent, A.

Le Bas.

Lecane, B.

Leech, W.

Lee, G.

Lee, T.

Le Neve, P.

Leppington, S.

Lernoult, A.

Lernoult, P.

Leslie, K.

Lestang, N. de.

Lester, S.

Lethieullier, Sir C.

Lethieullier, J.

Lethieullier, Sir J.

Lethieullier, Sir T.

Letten, S.

Levet, T.

Lloyd, T.

Locke, R.

Lockey, J.

Lodwick, S.

Lombard, P.

London, Chamberlain of.

Longueville, P.

Lopez, A.

Louzado, A.

Lovelace, Lord.

Lucas, Lord.

Lum, E.

Lumley, Lord.

Lund, F.

Lyford, S.

MacCarthy, Dame A.

Mackenzie, R.

Major, T.

Mann, J.

March, F.

Marks, Ann.

Markwick, J.

Marlett, F.

Marlow, J.

Marriott, F.

Marriott, J.

Marriott, R.

Marsham, Sir R.

Martin, J.

Martinez, P.

Marts, R.

Mason, N.

Mason, P.

Mason, W.

Massingberd, Sir W.

Matthews, J.

Medina, S.

Mellado, I. L.

Mendes, M.

Merchant, H.

Meredith, R.

Meriton, T.

Mesnard, J.

Middleton, Sir T.

Middleton, T.

Midgeley, J.

Millet, W.

Mocato, M.

Mogads, P. R.

Molesworth, R.

Molineux, F.

Molins, E.

Mompesson, E.

Monck, T.

Monginott, F.

Monginott, S.

Monmouth, Earl of.

Monoux, L.

Montagu, Earl of.

Moore, Sir J.

Moore, Lady M.

Mordaunt, C.

Morden, Sir J.

Morgan, J.

Morrison, M.

Mosse, W.

Moyer, S.

Mulgrave, Earl of.

Musgrave, P., executors of.

Mylord, J.

Nassau, W. de.

Negeira, A. A.

Negus, F.

Nelson, D.

Newcomb, D.

Newman, R.

Newman, T.

Newport, Viscount.

Newsham, J.

Newton, H.

Nicott, R.

Noell, E.

Northy, E.

Northy, W.

Norwood, H.

Nott, R.

Nottingham, Earl of.

Nunes, M. I.

Nunes, N. F.

Nurse, A.

Nurse, H.

Oades, J.

Oldbury, J.

Oliver, J.

Olmius, H.

Onslow, D.

Osborne, D.

Osborne, E.

Ossulston, Lord.

Owen, N.

Owsley, N.

Oxenden, Sir J.

Oxford, Earl of.

Pacheco. A.

Packer, J.

Page, J.

Paget, F.

Paget, Lord.

Paget, R.

Paiva, A. de.

Palmer, R.

Palmer, W.

Papillion, T.

Parkhurst, T.

Parry, F.

Patrick, J.

Paul, J.

Pauncefort, T.

Peacock, E.

Pearson, E.

Pelham, Sir J.

Pelham, Sir N.

Penson, D.

Percival, P.

Pereira, I.

Pereira, M. L.

Petit, E.

Pett, W.

Phillips, Sir E.

Pickard, T.

Pitt, M.

Plummer, Sir W.

Plumptre, H.

Plymouth, Countess of.

Poore, T.

Potts, W.

Powell, S.

Powle, H.

Praad, Ch. des V. de.

Preague, J.

Prescott, M.

Prichard, Sir W.

Prigg, J.

Privy Seal, Commissioners of.

Proby, J.

Proctor, W.

Prothero, L.

Pullen, T.

Pye, Sir J.

Raband, J.

Ranelagh, Earl of.

Rawkins, J.

Rawlinson, Sir T.

Rayleton, T.

Raymond, Sir J.

Raynton, G.

Read, E.

Read, S.

Reeve, H.

Renaudet, J.

Renaudet, M.

Renew, H.

Renew, P.

Reyden, P.

Reynardson, P.

Reynolds, E.

Reynolds, M.

Rich, N.

Rich, Sir P.

Richards, G.

Richards, J.

Richardson, J.

Roberts, Sir G.

Robins, H.

Robson, T.

Roche, J.

Rodriguez, A.

Rodriguez, S.

Rodway, R.

Rogers, C.

Rogers, J.

Rollinson, J.

Roscommon, Earl of.

Rose, J.

Rose, W.

Roure, de.

Russell, E.

Russell, H.

Russell, R.

Rycaut, Sir P.

St. George, H.

Salvador, F.

Sambrooke, Sir J.

Sambrooke, P.

Sandys, P.

Saporlas, S.

Saunders, J.

Sayers, G.

Sayers, M.

Scawen, W.

Schomberg, Duke of, executors of.

Scott, J.

Scott, R.

Scriven, N.

Scudamore, M.

Sedgwick, O.

Seigneret, S.

Serra, A. G.

Shales, J.

Shaw, J.

Shaw, R.

Shayle, J.

Shovell, Sir C.

Shrewsbury, Earl of.

Shute, A.

Shute, M.

Silver, T.

Silvester, E.

Silvester, J.

Simpkins, F.

Skinner, S.

Sloughter, P.

Smith.

Smith, G.

Smith, James.

Smith, Sir James.

Smith, John.

Smith, K.

Smith, R.

Smith, S.

Smith, Sir S.

Smith, T.

Smith, W.

Smithsby, J.

Soame, J.

Somerville, A.

Somerville, E.

Soper, T.

Sotheby, J.

Spencer, G.

Sprules, C.

Squire, H.

Stampe, Sir T.

Stanhope, A.

Stephens, A.

Stephens, J.

Stephens, R.

Stephenson, S.

Stewart, J.

Stoakham, W.

Stock, J.

Stoughton, R.

Streeter, R.

Strickland, J.

Strong, J.

Strong, W.

Stroud, J.

Studholme, M.

Sturt, A.

Sumner, A.

Swain, B.

Sweetaple, J.

Sydney, Viscount.

Symonds, H.

Talbot, W.

Tancred, C.

Tash, G.

Taylor, J.

Teurmeau, M.

Thacker, F.

Thomas, C.

Thompson, J.

Thompson, R.

Thompson, Sir S.

Thompson, W.

Thorold, C.

Tierens, F.

Tillett, T.

Toll, C.

Topham, J.

TreasurySerjeants-at-Arms.

Treby, Sir G.

Treeston, R.

Trenchard, H.

Trevor, J.

Trevor, T.

Trimmer, E.

Trussell, E.

Tulse, Lady E.

Tulse, Sir H.

Turner, Sir W.

Turrell, C.

Ummant, W.

Uphill, R.

Uthwaite, J.

Vanbrugh, W.

Vansittart, P.

Vansittern, P.

Varey, J.

Ventris, Lady M.

Verney, J.

Vernon, J.

Vernon, Sir T.

Viroot, T.

Vyner, R.

Wakelin, C.

Wakup, G.

Waldoe, Sir E.

Waldoe, S.

Walker, J.

Wallinger, A.

Wallis, W.

Ward, A.

Ward, J.

Ward, Sir P.

Waterman, W.

Watermen's Company.

Watson, T.

Watsup, G.

Watts, W.

Webb, W.

Webster, G.

Wenham, J.

West, W.

Westerne, T.

White, D.

White, J.

Whitfield, N.

Whittingham, A.

Wiborne, J.

Wickens, S.

Wickham, T.

Wicks, P.

Wilcox, J.

Wildman, J.

Wilford, J.

Wilkinson, W.

Williams, C.

Williams, T.

Willis, F.

Wilson, T.

Windham, Sir T.

Woodnoth, R.

Woodward, G.

Woollaston, R.

Woolley, J.

Woolley, R.

Works, Officers of.

Works, Paymaster of.

Worsley, Sir J.

Wotton, T.

Wren, Sir C.

Wright, T.

Wroughton, E.

Wyberd, J.

Wyersdale, N.

Wynne, R.

Yates, J.

Yates, N.

Yerbury, R.

Young, J.

Young, R.

Loaton, John, boatman, Sunderland, 928.

Locke (Lock), Antho., quartermaster, half pay, Ireland, 204.

-, Charles, place of deputy surveyor of the Navigation Act, 45, 478.

-, Edward, commissioner for assessments, co. Dorset, 99.

-, John, commissioner for Appeals in Excise, 110, 684
-, money for Council of Trade and Plantations, 1731.

-, Luke, tidesman, London port, 923.

-, Roger, loans by, 1973, 1977, 1986.

Lockey, John, loan by, 2007.

Lockhart, Sir William, ambassador to Holland, 120.

Lockstone, John, of Temple Hidon, 1968.

Loddenham, co. Kent. See Luddenham.

Loddington
-, Nathaniel, consul at Tripoli, 228, 576, 1259, 1344, 1374
-, agent of, 1782.

-, -, Customs place, London port, 91.

Lodge, Edward, bread for the Navy, 712.

-, John, warehouse surveyor's assistant, London port, 922.

Lodron, Count, 1002.

Lodwick, Simon, loan by, 1995.

Loe [? Kessel-Loo, Belgium], 1215.

Lofting
-, (Lofling), John, of London, merchant, engine of, for extinguishing fire, 912
-, seizure of iron wire of, 895, 912.

Loftus
-, Adam, Viscount Lisburne, horses for, 1151
-, killed, 1939
-, pension granted to, 1939
-, regiment of, 617, 636 658, 863, 1031, 1115, 1510, 1565, 1576, 1584, 1585, 1651, 1665.

-, John, Chamber payment to, 1333.

Loggan
-, (Loggans, Loggin), David, engraving the Cambridge Colleges, 199
-, royal bounty for, 1217.

-, John, messenger of the Chamber, 1242, 1284, 1334, 1877.

-, -, or Joshua, taking possession of Lambeth House, 1651, 1721, 1767.

-, William, of Butlers Marston, 603.

Loir (Leure), Nicholas, painting by 1679.

Lomb. See Lamb.

Lombard, Peter, loan by, 2005.

Londes, , lieutenant, French Reformed officer, 1597.

London, aldermen of, 364.

assessments, 36
-, arrears, 1199.

Bishop of, 208, 318, 896, 1409, 1613, 2015
-, goods of, for Holland, 966
-, palace of, 966. See also Compton, H.

brewhouses in, 478.

Chamber of, 1309, 1324, 1345, 1619.

Chamberlain of, 61, 64, 178, 391, 410, 785, 1309, 1720, 1839, 1876
-, loans by, 785. See also Player, Sir T.
-, Rich, Sir P.
-, Robinson, Sir L.

claim of City of, to houses on Tower Hill, 704.

Common Council, 310, 364, 381, 704.

Companies, 290. See also Sword Cutlers
-, Potters
-, Vintners
-, Watermen's Company.

debt due to, 64. See also Londonloans.

disbanding the New Raised Forces in, 134.

distillers of, petition of, 984-5, 1016-7, 1216.

evasion of service of coals to, 1041.

Excise officers in, assessment of, 461, 560.

Excise, payments out of, 545.

gunmakers of, 1328.

Hearthmoney collectors, 305.

houses in, grant of, 339.

impost bills for wines to the members of the Corporation. See Customsimpost.

loans by citizens of, 4, 37, 65, 81, 307, 398, 564, 576, 681, 746, 750, 753, 755, 1049, 1064, 1093, 1309-10, 1320, 1324, 1554, 1574, 1619, 1650, 1744, 1805, 1808, 1869, 1884, 1931, 1949
-, accounts of, 1032
-, commission, 1619
-, Committee for City Loans, 361, 362, 363, 364, 380, 381, 550, 690, 693
-, on Assessments, 123, 410, 1032, 1038
-, on the Customs, 1032
-, on the East India Duties, 1205-6
-, on the Excise, 113, 169, 178, 181, 407, 1032, 1335
-, on the Post Office, 407
-, on unappropriated revenue, 1032.

Lord Mayor of, annuity to, for Christ's Hospital, 722, 1018, 1509. See also Pilkington, Sir T.
-, Stampe, Sir T.

Lord Mayor and aldermen of, petition of, for grant of fines from offences on the river, 1342, 1623
-, opinion concerning, 1623-4
-, grant made, 1655.

Lord Mayor and sheriffs of, bills of impost due to, 1198.

markets not supplied with salt cod, 532.

men from, for the Plantations, 419.

mum importers of, petition of, 990.

Navigation Act surveyor, 7, 92
-, watermen to, 922.

Petty Customs, customer of, 93.

poor people of, collections for, 371
-, King's charity to, 1018
-, Queen's bounty for, 1538, 1543.

port and officers, complaint concerning seamen to Virginia etc., 1347-8, 1365.

examiner outwards, revival of office of, 577.

extent of, 967.

Jerquer's Office, abuses in, 1605.

landwaiters, exemption of, from assessments, 879.

lighters, men imprested from, 1605.

patent searchers of, fees of, 832, 876.

Petty Customs, collectorship of, 1766-7. See also Dryden, J.
-, Miller R.
-, surveyor of. See Stapley, Sir John.

quays and wharves in, commission for regulating, 836, 842-3
-, previous commission, 843. See also Warrington, Earl of.

salary bill. See Customsofficers.

seizures in, 453-4.

ships cleared from, but unable to proceed, 498.

ships from, list of, 441-2.

sinking of Customs places in, 1005.

Surveyor General, 979.

tidesurveyors, establishment of, 834.

undersearchers, frauds by, 452.

wharfingers, petition of, 1605.

prisoners in, from Ireland, 1249, 1251.

Receivers General of Crown Revenues, 118. See also Smith, J.

receivers etc. of assessments, 156, 166, 233, 250, 1322, 1472.

receivership of Crown Lands, 2010.

sheriffs of, 284, 498, 582, 1386
-, seizing clippings etc., 920, 1756. See also Middlesex
-, Child, Sir F.
-, Clark, Sir E.
-, Dashwood, Sir S.
-, Edwyn, Sir H.
-, Firebrass, Sir B.
-, Fleet, Sir J.
-, Parsons, Sir J.

ships of, 3, 101.

Solicitor for Taxes. See Thompson, J.

streets etc. in. See London and Westminsterstreets and places in.

streets, cleansing of, Act for, 1004
-, allowance for, 1004.

watermen of, petition for payment for transports, 1586.

London
-, George, keeper of the Royal Garden, St. James's Park, 705, 715, 866, 883, 886-7, 1109, 1232, 1501
-, work at Chelsea Hospital, 1262, 1289, 1290, 1796.

London And Westminster, Streets And Places In

Abchurch Lane, 128, 250, 457, 606, 977.

Admiralty Office, 904.

Albemarle Buildings or House, 168, 1968.

Albemarle Street, 1968.

Aldermary Churchyard, 281.

Aldersgate, 1143.

Amen Corner, 1820.

Barbican, 128, 249, 250, 457, 606, 977, 1470.

Bartholomew Close, 74.

Basinghall Street, 251, 459.

Bearbinder Lane, 251.

Beauford Street, Strand, 194.

Bedford Berry, 709.

Berkshire House, 26, 28, 86.

Bethlehem Hospital, 1820
-, lunatics cured at, 1185
-, steward of, 1185.

Bevis Marks, 849.

Billingsgate, 131, 853.

"Black Griffin," King Street, 342.

"Black Posts," The, Haymarket, 2015.

Blackfriars, King's Printing House, 1400.

Bloomsbury, 226, 1968.

Bloomsbury Square, 1576.

Boswell Court, 2017.

Bow Lane, 2009.

Bread Street, 1541.

Bread Street Hill, 1539.

Bridge Street, 974.

Bridge Ward, 250, 1472.

Broad Street, 464, 1379, 2011.

Brook Market, Holborn, 1968.

Brook Street, Holborn, 1473, 1539.

Bush Lane, 281.

Cable Street, 1968.

Cannon Street, 1881.

Castle, The, Paternoster Row, 1678.

Chancery Lane, 159, 748, 1205, 1546, 2011, 2016.

Channel Row, 172, 1168, 1293, 1311.

Chapel Street, 1473, 1542.

Charing Cross, 3, 243, 715, 770, 852, 1361, 1576
-, Mews at, 1686, 1850, 1921.

Charles I.'s Hospital, Westminster, 153, 163, 188, 652, 657, 1123, 1492, 1493.

Charles Street, Covent Garden, 314.

Cheapside, 130, 281, 342, 459, 682.

Christ's Hospital, issues for, 358, 722, 1018, 1509.

Clare Market, 249, 603, 974, 1968.

Clarendon House, 1736, 1968.

Clarendon Street, 1968.

Clement's Inn, 1542.

Cleveland Gardens, 978, 2012.

Cleveland House, 212, 227, 564, 670, 1368, 2012
-, ice houses near, 1048, 2012.

Cockpit, 347, 628, 1349, 1968
-, the Beake, 1358.

Coldharbour, Thames Street, 130.

Coleman Hedge, 548.

Cornhill, 130, 251
-, maintenance of the poor in, 780-1, 785
-, St. Michael's, 780, 785.

Court of Wards, 1718.

Covent Garden, 314
-, St. Paul's, 813.

Cripplegate, 1075.

Crooked Lane, 977.

Crosby Square, 242.

"Crown," The, in Barbican, 128, 457.

Crown Court, 2016.

Crown Office, Temple, 457, 974, 1468, 1470.

Dower Street, 1753, 1890.

Downing Street, 1968.

Duke Street, 627, 650.

Eagle Court, 2010.

Elm Court, 2018.

Ely Rents, 1155.

Essex Buildings, 874.

Essex Street, 2015.

Fenchurch Street, 281, 912, 2009.

Fig Tree Court, 2013.

Fleet Street, 64, 66, 69, 123, 159, 280, 333, 603, 1370, 1442, 1569.

Ford Street, 1820.

Fresh Wharf, 130, 249, 458, 569, 603, 974, 1472.

Friday Street, 129, 458, 461, 973.

Furnivall's Inn, 1173, 2010.

Gatehouse, 1099
-, keeper of. See Church, A.

George Tavern, Pall Mall, 1516.

Gerard House, 1239, 2013.

Germain Street, 1067.

Glass House, 1968.

Globe Tavern, Hatton Garden, 1967.

Goat Tavern, Bloomsbury Square, 1576.

Golden Square, 753.

Goldsmith's Court, 226.

Goodman's Fields, 1227.

Gravel Garden, 548.

Gray's Inn, 470, 497, 977, 2011, 2012.

Gray's Inn Lane, 1968.

Great Queen Street, 1741.

Great Russell Street, 1901.

Greek Street, 129, 458, 570, 605.

Guildhall, 342, 498, 581, 630
-, keeper of. See Mann, D.

Hampton Garden, 1968.

Hand Alley, 853.

Hatton Garden, 1155, 1541, 1967.

Hayhill Brook, 1968.

Hayhill Field, 1968.

Haymarket, 180, 194, 782, 1893, 2015
-, grant of, 2014
-, toll of, 781-2.

"Hen and Chickens," Cornhill, 130.

Hicks's Hall, 543, 813, 920, 1066.

Holborn, 1326, 1968
-, High Holborn, 1968.

Holborn Court, 2011.

Horse Guards, 306, 363, 427, 1856.

Horse Shoe Tavern, Chancery Lane, 1205.

Hungerford Stairs, 1932.

Hyde Park, gravel not to be dug up in, 1855
-, hedges in, 1835
-, leases, 1707
-, lights in, 1406
-, repairs etc. in, 51, 69, 317, 337, 342, 379, 1544
-, road to Kensington House 50, 51, 53, 57, 232, 552, 1280, 1281, 1299, 1303, 1315, 1835, 1855.

Ice Wells, 978.

Inner Temple, 153, 159, 261, 519, 818, 909, 954, 959, 1468, 1513, 1542, 1644, 1672, 2018
-, commissioners of assessments for, 748
-, Hall, 1485.

Inns of Chancery, 520.

Inns of Court, 520
-, assessments, 1698.

Ironmonger Hall, 2009.

Kemp's Fields, 548.

Kennaston's Alley, 709.

Kensington. See Kensington.

King Street, 1807.

King Street, Bloomsbury, 1968.

King Street, Cheapside, 342.

King Street, Westminster, 1004, 1752, 1821, 1968.

King's Gate, Holborn, 1968.

Knightsbridge, leases, 1707.

Lambeth House, 1651, 1767.

Leicester Fields, 19, 218, 287, 525, 625, 641, 645, 1444, 1516, 1951, 2010.

Limehouse, 1881.

Lincoln's Inn, 128, 132, 155, 461, 605, 1143, 1546, 2013.

Lincoln's Inn Fields, 1186, 1788.

"Lion" Inn, 141.

Little Lincoln's Inn Fields, 2017.

Little St. Helen's, 2017.

Little Scotland Yard, 133.

Little Tower Hill, 354.

Little Wallingford House, 683, 1877.

Locketts, 2012.

Lombard Street, 123, 129, 602, 604, 974, 976.

London Bridge, 129.

London Stone, 281.

Long Lane, 129, 250, 457, 604, 975.

Ludgate Hill, 24, 1820.

Lyon's Inn, 2010.

Mall House, 954.

Market Place, Westminster, 2011.

Marsh Lands, St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 447, 660, 752, 779, 893, 1195, 1390, 1618, 1656-7.

Marshalsea, 1530, 1543.

"Mermaid," The, Broad St., 2011.

Middle Row, 853.

Middle Temple, 159, 202, 236, 519, 551, 574, 602, 818, 1331, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2018
-, assessment of members of, 748
-, commissioners of assessments for, 1715.

Miles Lane, 129.

Milford Lane, 715, 770.

Milk Street, 569.

Millbank and slaughter house, 286.

Mincing Lane, 497, 919.

Monck Street, 1968.

"Naked Boy," The, in Fleet Street, 64, 66, 69, 280, 333.

New Fish Street, 1472.

New Inn, 2018.

New Palace Yard, 321.

New Temple, New House in, 1005.

New Street. 226.

New Wool Quay, 1360.

Newcastle House, 152.

Newgate or New Prison, 442, 544, 718, 1039, 1214, 1466
-, prisoners in, 1531, 1543, 1570, 1859, 1910.

Newport Ground, 1391, 1572.

Newport Street, 780.

Old Bailey, 759, 920, 1010, 1256, 1628, 1813, 1876.

Old Jewry, 281.

Old Soho, 548.

Old Southampton Buildings, 2011.

Old Spring Gardens, 219, 1484.

Old Street, 715, 770, 853.

Oxenden Street, 179-80.

Paddington, inhabitants of, petition of, 1446.

Pall Mall, 111, 242, 275, 313, 446, 580, 821, 822, 1241, 1510, 1820
-, keeper of. See Fitzhardinge, Viscount
-, Howe, J.; repairs, 1722, 1724.

Pancross Lane, 281.

Park Place, St. James's, 275.

Paternoster Row, 226, 628.

Pennyless Bank, 1968.

Periwig, Sign of the, Pall Mall, 1850.

Piccadilly, 1638, 1762, 1821, 1865, 2014.

Pickering House, 683.

Plough, Sign of the, Tower Street, 1668.

Princess Court, 1880.

Queen Street, 339, 581, 630.

Red Lion Inn, Holborn, 1968.

Red Lion Square, 1474.

Rood Lane, 281.

Rosemary Street, 1968.

Rossington Street, 1403.

Sackville Street, 1637-8, 1865.

Saffron Hill, 1155.

St. Alban's Street, 461, 1876.

St. Andrew's, Holborn, 197, 212, 250, 796, 1155, 1816, 1968.

St. Anne's, 673, 975, 1032, 1284, 1816.

St. Antholin parish, 630.

St. Botolph's, perpetuity to, 210, 227, 1122.

St. Botolph's Wharf, 827.

St. Botolph's-without-Alders-gate, 1143.

St. Bride's, 226.

St. Catherine's Wharf, 714.

St. Clement Danes, 122, 125, 190, 932, 976, 1404, 1968.

St. Dunstan's in the East, 976.

St. Edmund the King, 974.

St. Giles, Cripplegate, 250, 457, 974, 1472.

St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 197, 212, 447, 723, 818, 852.

St. Helen's, Bishopsgate, 1968.

St. James's Gardens, works in, 3.

St. James's Gate, 1365, 1655.

St. James's House, 1515.

St. James's House Garden, gardener of. See Wright, A.

St. James's Palace, 217, 461, 1768
-, aqueduct to, 269, 1241
-, goods for the King and Queen, 164, 204
-, housekeeper at. See Bath, Earl of
-, King's removal to Whitehall, 165
-, lodgings in, 172, 237, 327, 860, 886
-, Receiver of the Poll for. See Newport, Viscount
-, shop adjoining called The Barber's Shop, 1732
-, Wardrobe at, 631.

St. James's Parish, 275, 639, 1196
-, bailiwick, 548, 625, 632, 673, 1651
-, churchwardens of, 1211, 1212
-, clippings seized in, 1790
-, Friary, lease of, 418
-, Greek Church, 673
-, poor of, royal bounty for, 191, 205, 785, 786, 1211, 1212, 1704, 1705
-, survey of, 1652
-, Tenison's School, 1821, 1928
-, Brown's Close, 673
-, Bunches Close, 673, 680, 740
-, Doghouse Field, 680, 740, 1390, 1643
-, Hedge Field, 680, 740
-, Kempes Field, 673.

St. James's Park, 220, 394, 442, 659, 683, 749, 954, 1329.

Carriage House, 714.

deer, 800, 1312.

fish ponds, 800.

fowl, issues for, 850
-, keeper of, 47, 244
-, oats for, 1153, 1689. See also Webb, J.

granary in, 1021, 1062.

gravel for, 1020.

house for fowl in, 838.

ice-houses in, 1402-3, 1460, 2012.

inquisition as to, 178-9.

Keeper of. See Bath, Earl of
-, Pembroke, Earl of.

King's Road, 1187.

labourers in, 1020.

Laundry, 1186.

leases of ground in and near, 269, 446, 627-8, 650-1, 660, 696, 774, 854, 904, 983, 1124, 1186-7, 1241-2, 1260, 1342, 1369, 1402, 1423, 1469-70, 1479, 1790-1, 1948.

Long Ditch, 627, 650.

men hired to break ice in, 1153.

new rails for, 1369.

Parade, 714-5.

paving in, 821, 843.

planting in, 236.

pondkeeper, 600.

Ranger of, salary etc. of, 1605. See also Albemarle, Duke of
-, Bath, Earl of
-, Harbord, W.
-, Pembroke, Earl of
-, Price, J.
-, Thorold, Sir R.

repairs in, 714-5, 753, 1018, 1020, 1125, 1267, 1312, 1731, 1790, 1813.

road-making in, 317, 379, 552, 1835.

Royal Garden in, keeper of, 601. See also London, G.

state of, 426.

storehouse in, 617, 697.

supervisor of, 800.

Tilt Yard, 821.

trees in, 357, 363, 485, 754, 1124, 1225, 1367
-, blown down, 1225
-, fences of, 1813, 1814, 1850.

underkeepers, 800, 860, 1312, 1315, 1875, 1940. See also Thorold, Sir R.

wall of, breach made in, 1323.

Webb's Ground and House, 527, 627, 650, 660.

works in, 714, 800, 1250
-, overseer of. See Greenham, J.

St. James's Square, 952, 1126, 1349, 1516, 1586.

St. James's Place, 1559.

St. James's Stables, 446, 1241.

St. James's Street, 293, 1381.

St. James's Wall, 1655.

St. James-in-the-Fields, manor of, 752, 1656.

St. John Baptist, Walbrook, perpetuity to, 1135, 1145.

St. Katherine's Wharf, 5.

St. Lawrence Lane, 1820.

St. Magnus, in Bridge Ward, 457, 974
-, perpetuity for poor of, 791, 792, 1122.

St. Margaret's, New Fish Street, 1472.

St. Margaret's Lane, Whitehall, 321.

St. Margaret's, Westminster, 206, 212, 650
-, Dean and Chapter of, issues to, for the French Church in the Savoy, 260, 266, 785, 787, 1259, 1264, 1748, 1750
-, leases in, 696, 904, 1790-1
-, minister etc. of the French Church in the Savoy, petition of, 1050, 1106
-, poor of, royal bounty for, 153, 163, 188, 652, 657, 1124, 1492, 1493.

St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 456, 569, 976, 1137, 1471, 1541
-, Bedford Berry, 709, 865
-, chapel, 168
-, constables in. See Batson, R.
-, Bridgeman, J.
-, Kennaston's Alley, 709, 865
-, leases in, 446, 715, 1670, 1693
-, Mews, 715, 1670
-, messuages in, indenture concerning, 818-20
-, register of, 1686
-, royal bounty to, 129, 138, 161, 188, 652-3, 657, 1123, 1190, 1492, 1493
-, superstitious lands in, 709
-, tenements in, 1968
-, vestry, inquisition taken in, 615.

St. Martin's Lane, 18, 820, 1881
-, Newport Ground, 1391
-, Vintry, 602, 974.

St. Mary Aldermary, parish of, 630.

St. Mary Axe, 250.

St. Mary le Strand, 896.

St. Michael, Cornhill, 1968.

St. Michael's, Crooked Lane, 977, 1472.

St. Michael Lequerne, 973.

St. Nicholas Lane, 1491, 2009.

St. Paul's, commissioners for rebuilding, 208
-, Dean of. See Tillotson, J.

St. Paul's Churchyard, 2018.

St. Peter Street, 1736.

St. Sepulchre's, 458, 796, 974, 1472.

Savoy, church in, petition concerning, 896, 1050
-, garrison in, 740
-, Guards at, fire and candle for, 972, 981, 1769
-, Hospital, 1844
-, inhabitants of, petition of, 896
-, Irish prisoners in, 1367, 1369, 1388, 1392, 1414, 1429, 1441, 1489, 1500, 1746, 1748, 1856
-, Jesuits' College in, 1308, 1545, 1797-8
-, repairs to Jesuits' College, 1804, 1810
-, Master of, 332
-, Precincts, 896
-, superstitious lands in, 770.

Scotland Yard, 559, 563, 594, 1004, 1372, 1730, 2010
-, Dock, 1372.

Serjeants' Inn, 159, 520, 1370, 1442, 1569
-, assessment of members, 748
-, grant of chambers in, 2017
-, loan by, 396.

Ship alehouse, East Smithfield, 1968.

Shorter Street, 1968.

Six Acre Close, 1821.

Slaughterhouse, Millbank, 286.

Smithfield, 568, 603
-, East, 1090, 1968.

Snow Hill, 409, 770, 1820.

Soho Square, 1892
-, Irish prisoners in, 1297, 1308.

Somerset House, 1565, 1818, 1916, 2010
-, Guards at, fire and candle for, 972, 981, 1769.

Southampton Square, 1748, 1799.

Spitalfields, 1539.

Spring Gardens, 238, 659-60, 852, 1187, 1484.

Stocks Market, 1340.

Stone Conduit Field, 1968.

Strand, 820, 1820.

Suffolk Stable Yard, 715, 1652, 1670.

Suffolk Street, 715, 1542, 1544, 1651-2, 1670.

"Sugar Leaf," The, near Somerset House, 2011.

Swallow Street, 1752, 1821.

Temple, 457
-, assessments in, 39.

Tenison's School, 1821, 1928.

Thames Street, 568.

"Three Black Posts," Suffolk Street, 1544.

"Three Flowers de Lucie," 54.

"Three Nuns," Cheapside, 130.

Tower. See Tower.

Tower Street, 1340.

Trinity House, 265
-, Master, Wardens etc. of, 779, 1130, 1226, 1631, 1666, 1870.

Two Black Posts, Pall Mall, 1233.

Two White Posts, Bloomsbury Square, 1576.

Vine Court, Temple, 2009.

Wallingford House, 683, 1414, 1707.

Walsingham House, 2013.

Warwick House, 1326.

Warwick Street, 144.

Watling Street, 281, 459.

Well Street, 1968.

Westminster Hall, trial at 1699
-, Court of Wards, 1718
-, for Westminster generally, see Westminster

"White Horse," Lombard Street, 129.

"White Horse," Milford Lane, 715, 770.

Whitehall. See Whitehall.

Willis' Coffee House, 1668.

Winchester House, 217.

Winchester Street, 130, 249, 458, 569, 603, 974, 1472.

Wood Street, 458.

Woods Close, 548.

York Buildings, 1477, 2012.

Londonderry, Ireland, 54, 73, 215, 216, 253, 256, 262, 268, 279, 357, 454, 489, 518, 549, 743, 778, 938, 941, 1086, 1290, 1403, 1556.

agent for prizes at. See Muggeridge, J.

arms for, 722.

boom at, breaking of, 637, 1191.

charter of, 1302.

clothing, 901, 1010.

collector of, 322. See also Jemmett, W.
-, Squire, G.

corporation of, 1113-4, 1565.

Danish troops in, 868.

defence of, 1163, 1236, 1276.

expedition of, 1926.

first ship to relieve, 1195.

forces of, pay of, 798.

garrison of, 489, 722, 1895
-, salmon for, 1730.

Governor of, 495.

grant of forfeited estate, 1163, 1276.

Great Church, 1276.

issues for, 28.

issues to persons of, 635.

justices of the peace, etc., of, petition of, 1561.

King proclaimed at, 1808.

lands near, 1192.

mayor of. See Squire, G.

mayor etc. of, 1163, 1192, 1302, 1565, 1783
-, agent to. See Conolly, W.
-, right of, to appoint Customs of, 1565.

meal for, 543.

officers of, horses etc. of, 578
-, issues to, 509, 546, 1223, 1226, 1230, 1711, 1714
-, royal bounty for, 1740
-, supernumerary, 989, 1905.

ordnance establishment, 1596.

payment of men of, 451.

provisions of, 23, 489-90, 669, 691, 867-8, 1044, 1895
-, account of, 843, 966.

public buildings in, 1276.

Reformed officers of, 1622.

Regiment, the, 1294, 1569.

regiments of, 617, 657.

relief of, 348-9, 669, 758, 966, 1044, 1195, 1332, 1432.

repairs in, 1276.

ruined churches in, 1697-8.

School House, 1276.

searchership of, in dispute, 1113-4.

ships going to, 946.

siege of, 61, 211, 623, 1332, 1723, 1808, 1895
-, damage done at, 1276
-, officers and men serving at, petition of, for pay, 1493, 1568.

soldiers, 304, 306.

tobacco for, 704, 766, 824, 853, 861, 1101.

Town Hall, 1276.

Troop of Horse at, 1321.

wine imported into, 1720.

Londye, , pay due to, 1749.

Lone (Loen, Loon), William van, Chirurgeon General to the Forces, 286, 292, 298, 440, 546, 681, 685, 1126
-, Serjeant Chirurgeon to the King, 1127, 1128.

Long, du, French Reformed officer, 295.

-, Alex., shipmaster, 751.

-, Charles, lease, Stratton-super-Fosse, 152.

-, George, coal mines, Plummer's Close, 202-3, 260.

-, John, shipmaster, 751.

-, Martin, shipmaster, 751.

-, Oliver, captain, half pay, Ireland, 191.

-, Richard, tenant, Theobalds, 102.

-, Robert, Surveyor General to Queen Henrietta Maria, 943.

-, Samuel, boatman, Lyme Regis, 175.

-, William, coal mines, Plummer's Close, 203.

Long Island. See New York.

Long Melford, co. Suffolk, 1471.

Longbredy
-, co. Dorset, 1017
-, Farm, 905, 1000, 1017
-, lease of lands in, 1017. See also Ryme.

Longchamp, Gabriel de, petition of, for pay, 1808.

Longdendale and Mottram, co. Chester, manor of, 913, 934.

Longford, co. Limerick, 1598.

Longford, Earl of. See Aungier, F.

Longher. See Lougher.

Longland, William, lands of, Cornhill, 1968.

Longnor, co. Salop, 1472.

Longtown, co. Cumberland, 1735, 1774.

Longtree, co. Gloucester, hundred of, 555.

Longueville
-, Peter, clothing for the French regiments, 672, 830
-, loans by, 830, 837, 2000
-, silk importation, 831, 848
-, wines from France, 485, 496, 506.

Longueville, Viscount de. See Yelverton, H.

Longworth, Richard, deputy comptroller, Poulton port, 1316.

Loningborough, Loveingbirth, Loveingborow, co. Kent, hundred of, 806.

Looe
-, co. Cornwall, 557, 756, 1655, 1735, 1885
-, Customs frauds at, 564, 756
-, Customs officers at, 925
-, place appointed to receive seamen, 1009.

Lopdell, Luke, shipmaster, 1153.

Lopez
-, (Sopez), Andre, alien merchant, London, 281, 1358, 1385
-, loan by, 2003.

-, Joseph, shipmaster, 255.

Lord, Benjamin, boatman, Maldon, 175.

-, Robert, Army clothing, 1590, 1689, 1748, 1756
-, shoes for Ireland, 321, 670, 1136.

Lord Almoner. See King's Almoner.

Lord Chamberlain. See Royal Household.

Lord Chancellor, 136. See also Great Seal.

Lord Chief Baron. See Exchequer Court.

Lord Chief Justice
-, a commissioner of assessments for Serjeants' Inn, 748. See also Holt, Sir J.
-, Pollexfen, Sir H.

Lord High Admiral, silver out of the sea for the use of, 680.

Lord High Chamberlain, coronation claim, 49.

Lord Lieutenants
-, list of, 1606
-, of inland counties to impress seamen, 1606.

Lord President of Wales. See Wales.

Lord Steward. See Royal Household.

Lordell, John, Portugal merchant, 255.

Lording, Thomas, assaulting Customs officers, Hythe, 1699.

Lords, House of, address to the King, 1419.

Bills before, 433, 1866.

Committee for Privileges, 1944.

doorkeepers of, 769, 785, 1733
-, names of, 780, 1732.

Serjeant-at-Arms. See Harsnet, Sir R.

Speaker, 610, 1205.

stationery for, 758, 1001.

yeoman ushers, 600. See also Coling B.
-, Whinniard, J.

Lorraine, Duke of, 1057, 1177.

Lorthe, d', captain, French Reformed officer, 1597.

Lose, Franois Robert la, French Reformed officer, 295.

Lostwithiel
-, co. Cornwall, 925
-, allowance to curate of, 198, 650, 689, 1921
-, gaol, keeper of. See Tredenham, S.
-, vicar of. See Baker, John.

Lotherington, William, Army pension for, 648.

Lott and Cope, lead mines royalty. See Derby, county of.

Lottery Farm, account of, 1172, 1607.

account of pensions on, 1309.

bidding for, 423, 425, 427.

comptroller of. See Osborne, Sir J.

farmers of, 373, 509, 775, 1288, 1331, 1560, 1607, 1654, 1711, 1816-7.

grants of, 1174-5, 1323, 1331, 1816-7. See also Williams, J.

issues out of, and pensions on, 538, 775, 1341, 1355-6, 1364, 1559-60, 1645, 1646, 1654, 1861, 1862, 1953.

lease of, revoked, 1322.

particulars concerning, 1174-5.

pensioners on, names of, 1861, 1862
-, petitions of, 958, 1711.

petition concerning, 1701.

proposal concerning, 992.

rent of, arrears of, 1288, 1297, 1301, 1303, 1316, 1322
-, payments for, 705.

seal for, 1175.

See also Royal Oak.

Lough Neally [? Swilly], 1645.

Lougher (Langher, Laugher, Longher), Richard, surety for G. Howell, 976, 1542.

Loughton, co. Essex, 24.

Loup, Elizabeth, lease in Fordington manor, 985-6, 1768, 1800.

-, -, royal bounty for, 1455.

-, John, husband of Elizabeth, 1768, 1800.

-, Thomas, lease, Fordington manor, 1768, 1800.

-, William, royal bounty for, 1440.

Louth, county of, Assizes, 1836.

Louzado, Anthony, loan by, 1993.

Louzier, Harman, ship's commander, 1083.

Love, John, of Bristol, merchant, 1394.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of assessments, co. Suffolk, 131, 250, 261, 551, 558, 569, 766, 862, 1161, 1190.

-, William, of Kimbolton, receiver of assessments, co. Huntingdon, 1541.

Loveden, co. Lincoln, hundred of, assessment of, 550-1.

Loveing. See Loving.

Loveingbirth, Loveingborow, co. Kent, See Loningborough.

Lovelace, , fringemaker, 536.

-, John, 3rd Lord Lovelace of Harley, Chief Justice in Eyre, Trent South, 427, 852, 908, 990, 1305, 1765, 1864, 1960
-, captain of the Gentlemen Pensioners, 1044
-, lease of the Ballast Office, 265
-, lease, Bermondsey, 1850
-, loan by, 1308
-, petition for grant of purprestures, New Forest, 983, 1123
-, petition for land in St. James's Park, 983
-, petition concerning the estate of Lady Wentworth, 1044, 2016
-, petition for waste ground, co. Sussex, 704
-, regiment of, 725, 838, 842, 854, 869, 1031, 1121, 1147, 1314
-, steward etc. of Woodstock, 870
-, supervisorship of Dean Forest, 2010.

-, Lady, 1044, 2016.

-, Richard, petition to seize prohibited goods, 1477.

Loveney Hall, co. Essex, 1353.

Lovesetts, Charles, shipmaster, 339.

Lovett (Lovet), Christopher, of Dublin, alderman, bleaching yards of, 1567.

-, Frances, widow of Christopher, 1667.

-, John, of Dublin, merchant of hides, 217
-, refugee from Ireland, 223, 297, 319, 694.

Lovetts, Charles, shipmaster, 175.

Loving (Loveing), , house of, by the Thames, 1490.

-, John, a teller of the Exchequer, 1424.

-, William, grant to, by Charles I., of a messuage in Windsor, 1275, 1417.

Low Wines, Act for duties on. See Wine Act.

Lowder, Samuel, shipmaster, 1935. See also Lowther.

Lowe
-, John, deputy chamberlain of the Receipt, 108, 164, 183, 285, 353, 444, 504, 559, 756, 852, 920, 1034, 1140, 1210, 1235, 1285, 1498, 1592, 1689
-, locking up the treasure in the Receipt, 183, 278, 444, 544, 558, 727, 848, 938, 1089, 1210, 1351, 1425, 1846, 1958, 1961-2.

-, -, commissioner for R. Wright's estate, 759.

-, Richard, surety for R. Spencer 1288, 1392.

-, William, shipmaster, 1831.

Lowen, Roger, lodge, Theobalds, 102.

Lower, Dr., buying instruments for the hospitals in Ireland, 546, 547.

Lower Deal. See Deal.

Lower Ormonde, co. Tipperary, barony of, 1518.

Lowestoft, co. Norfolk, 848, 927.

Lowing, Henry, underkeeper Epping Forest, 1439.

Lowman
-, Moses, landwaiter, Londonport, 13, 46, 103, 175, 183, 218
-, surveyor, Bristol port, 13.

Lowndes, Fra., tidesman, Bideford, 925.

-, William, a Treasury clerk, 39, 52, 72, 194, 231, 273, 276, 360, 378, 386, 391, 393, 396, 402, 444, 468, 591, 734, 750, 767, 771, 782, 816, 836, 837, 838, 839, 840, 841, 843, 844, 845, 886, 1003, 1039, 1049, 1079, 1086, 1188, 1189, 1191, 1192, 1193, 1194, 1195, 1205, 1252, 1529, 1602, 1741, 1771, 1775, 1777
-, commissioner for A. Lawrence's surveyorship, 510
-, concerning the Lottery Farm pensioners, 958
-, concerning the British captives in Algiers, 1039
-, loans by, 1635, 1654, 1978.

-, -, shipmaster, 1790.

Lowson, Thomas, waiter and searcher, Whitby, 929.

Lowther
-, Sir John, of Whitehaven, a Lord of the Admiralty, 11, 62, 168, 319, 359, 367, 535, 800, 1125, 1646
-, a Lord of the Treasury, 377, 378, 418, 761, 865, 899, 1086, 1228, 1434
-, Vice-Chamberlain of the Royal Household, 380-433 passim, 543, 867
-, house of, 1186
-, payment to, for a horse, 906.

-, John, groom of the Privy Chamber to Charles II., 747.

-, -, landwaiter, London port, 87.

-, -, Revenue Commissioner, Ireland, 405, 406, 607, 772, 1090, 1749-50
-, grant of Shannon wrecks, 1697.

-, Richard, collector, Newcastle port, 38, 39, 165, 170, 211
-, customer, ibid., 743, 1834
-, Customs place, Hull port, 146.

-, Samuel, shipmaster, 836. See also Lowder.

-, William, petition of, for Army pay, 1813.

Lowthorp, John, clerk, fined for writing a book, 1010.

Loyalist Indigent officers, lottery for the use of, 1174.

Loydnub, Thomas, 673.

Lubbock
-, Samuel, landwaiter, Barnstaple, 523, 524
-, landwaiter, Bristol port, 534
-, surveyorship of Yarmouth port, 290, 301, 523, 2013.

Lbeck
-, Germany, 663
-, marks (with English equivalent sums), 663.

Lucan, Lord. See Sarsfield, P.

Lucar, Mris., lease, Piccadilly, 1821.

Lucas, Anth., merchant, 1404.

-, Gilbert, searcher's place, Sharperton, 121, 175
-, waiter and searcher, ibid., 845, 1025.

-, James, a royal waterman, 1185.

-, John, of Goldsmith's Court, 226.

-, Robert, 3rd Lord Lucas, Governor of the Tower, 273, 686, 717, 750, 792, 1254, 1256, 1260, 1269, 1280, 1281, 1292, 1414, 1428, 1495, 1613, 1649, 1655, 1699, 1826, 1829, 1918, 1930
-, loans by, 757.

Luckham, William, boatman, Plymouth port, 662.

Luckingdale, co. Kent, 804.

Lucy, Robert, of Brecon, 132, 461.

Luddenham, Loddenham, co. Kent borough of, 806.

Ludgvan, co. Cornwall, 244.

Ludington, John, shipmaster, 1642.

Ludlow
-, co. Salop, court of, clerks of the Fines at. See Cann, R.
-, Dolbin, J.
-, judges etc. of, 1726
-, made void, 1726.

post, 1205.

stable at, for the President of the Marches, 168.

Luff, John, Reader of Physic, Oxford University, 1401.

Luffington. See Lullingstone.

Lufton, John, Army pension for, 1125.

Lugg, James, of Tiverton, innholder, 1657.

Lugger
-, Nathaniel, steward of the Hundred Courts, co. Cornwall, 2018
-, supervision of tinblowing houses, co. Cornwall, 248, 322, 464, 1921.

Luione, , French Reformed officer, 295.

Luke, John, ship's commander, 1083, 1214.

-, Ralph, tidesman, Southampton port, 312.

Lullingstone, Luffington, co. Kent, township of, 806.

Lulworth
-, co. Dorset, 661, 788
-, Castle, 117.

Lum
-, (Lumn), Elnathan, clothing etc. for the Army, 650, 674, 690
-, Deputy Receiver of the Revenue, Ireland, 1764
-, loans by, 650, 674, 699, 703, 821, 822.

Lumley, , colonel, regiment of, 1901, 1906, 1956, 1964.

-, Richard, Viscount Lumley (afterwards Earl of Scarborough), 63, 135, 539, 564
-, Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 330, 349, 609, 917, 1130, 1157, 1509
-, loans by, 140, 392, 1980
-, petition for share of a prize, 1550
-, present to, from the Queen, 1260
-, raising seamen in Northumberland and Durham, 1554
-, troop of Guards, 210, 226, 392, 644, 651, 855, 1278, 1531, 1579.

-, Robert, shipmaster, 508.

Lumme, Thomas, tenant, Cheveley, 1075.

Lumn. See Lum.

Lund
-, Francis, commissioner for waste lands, cos. Flint and Chester, 1336
-, loan by, 2007.

-, John, vintner, place of taster of defective wines, 557.

Luneburg. See Ambassadors.

Lunen [? Leeuwen], Maximilian van, a page of the Bedchamber, 1128.

Lungs, invention of, for taking up ships etc. from the sea, 835, 1840.

Lunn (Lun), , ship's captain, 152.

-, Henry, landwaiter's place, London port, 97, 192.

-, John, landcarriageman, London port, 149.

Lupp, Nicholas, shipmaster, 1160.

Lupton, William, quartermaster, half pay, Ireland, 204.

Lurgan, co. Armagh, 253, 256, 262 Lurting, Robert, shipmaster, 479, 1085.

-, Thomas, shipmaster, 479, 1084.

Lushington, John, rent paid by, out of Elmstead Court Lodge, 804.

Lutestrings, 254, 516.

Lutter, Christopher, quartering soldiers, 856.

Lutterell
-, Francis, colonel, debentures for pay, 1293
-, issues to, 537, 541, 758, 1467, 1469
-, regiment of 104, 128, 155, 261, 263, 281, 286, 500, 538, 541, 758, 891, 978, 1081, 1591
-, regiment of, broken, 1573
-, surgeon-major to. See Allen, T.

-, Henry, colonel, 1583
-, custodiam lease, Ireland, 1926
-, ordnance pension for, 1596.

-, Simon, colonel, estate of, 1583, 1926.

Lutterworth, co. Leicester, 1229.

Lutwyche (Lutwiche), , Hearthmoney collector, 1729.

-, Sir Edward, serjeant-at-law, 260.

Luxemburg, court of the Emperor of Germany at, 1178.

Luxford, Geo., custodiam lease, co. Sussex, 1502.

Luzaney, Hippoletto, clerk, minister of Harwich, petition for chaplain's allowance, 680, 1438.

Lydcott. See Lytcott.

Lydd
-, co. Kent, 721
-, bailiffs of, 1699.

Lyddall. See Liddell.

Lyde, Hen., planting tobacco, 1435.

Lydel. See Liddell.

Lydiard Tregoze, co. Wilts, 461.

Lyford, in Hanney, co. Berks, nunnery to be erected in, 710.

Lyford
-, John, revenue employment, Ireland, 1636
-, surveyor's place, London port, 93.

-, Sebastian, of Reading, 818
-, loan by, 1993.

Lygon, William, of Madresfield, 1542.

Lyman, George, landwaiter's place, London port, 96.

Lyme
-, Oliver, comptroller, Chester port, 422, 423, 565, 765, 815, 890, 992, 1487
-, caveat on behalf of, 1256
-, suspended, 1073.

-, Thomas, 565.

-, -, comptroller, Chester port, 1487.

-, -, distiller, 1216, 1438.

Lyme Regis
-, co. Dorset, 13, 14, 87, 90, 108, 112, 152, 158, 185, 201, 219, 245, 347, 447, 672, 741, 919, 1008, 1222, 1469, 1490, 1491, 1937
-, Cobb pier, 226, 464, 747, 969, 1287, 1443, 1810, 1958
-, collector at. See Jones, J., Thorold, A.
-, comptroller of. See Dereham, Sir T.
-, Custom house at, 1375
-, customer of. See Jones, R.
-, Customs officers at, 661
-, Customs receipts at, 1374
-, mayor etc. of, 747, 969, 1287.

Lymington, co. Hants, 924.

Lympston, co. Devon, 662.

Lynch (Linch), Richard, of London, distiller, 1017.

Lynden. See Linden.

Lyndhurst
-, Lindhurst, co. Hants, 428, 498, 797, 1123, 1820, 1941
-, Book, 428
-, King's house at, 554, 594, 1550
-, manor of, 1632
-, Verne Lees, 1632.

Lyne, William, searcher, Southampton port, 513, 522.

Lynn, William, commissioner for assessments, Southampton, 234.

Lynn Regis
-, co. Norfolk, 13, 33, 87, 89, 91, 94, 96, 109, 125, 131, 159, 175, 176, 177, 200, 209, 227, 251, 258, 269, 278, 302, 323, 444, 447, 534, 726, 826, 1241, 1436, 1585
-, collector of. See Linstead, W.
-, collectorship of, 1569
-, comptroller of. See Dering, Sir T.
-, Powys, R.
-, customer of. See Thorough good, R.
-, Customs officers at, list of, 928
-, place appointed to receive seamen, 1009
-, Torrington Steep, 176, 634, 928.

Lynskell, Jane, boatman, Hull port, 929.

Lynstead. See Linstead.

Lyon, Isaac, boatman, Ipswich port, 175.

Lyons, France, 208.

Lyons, Jeremy, deserter from the Irish Army, 1683, 1782.

Lysney. See Lisney.

Lysoin. See Lissowen.

Lyson, Richard, of Newton Nottage, 605, 976, 1542.

Lysons, Thomas, customer, Hull port, 280.

Lytcott (Lydcott), Giles, Comptroller General of the Accounts of the Customs, 20, 88, 133, 151, 298, 419, 482, 555, 689, 1097, 1340, 1593, 1718, 1813.

-, John, landwaiter, Exeter port, 13.

Lytham, co. Lancaster, 931.